Death Valley Vandal Identified Himself and Apologized

UPDATE: Man wanted for illegal acts of vandalism at Death Valley National Park (Posted 4/14/2020)

The original story of vandalism the Sierra Wave posted on April 14 generated great indignation from park visitors.

Charges have not been filed again the man yet. Penalties could include a fine and/or restitution charges. The man’s cooperative attitude will likely be a mitigating factor.

He “exonerated” his dog, Lacy, which only goes to prove that “you can pick your friends, but not your relatives’…unless, of course, you are a dog. While a dog might well be “man’s best friend,” what choice does it really have?

The official press release below from Death Valley National Park Service gives more details.

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2 Responses to Death Valley Vandal Identified Himself and Apologized

  1. Charles O. Jones April 21, 2020 at 10:43 am #

    Kudos to this guy for fessing up. More than many would be willing to do.
    How about a sentence of 80 hours cleaning graffiti from public lands.

     
  2. erik simpson April 21, 2020 at 8:18 am #

    That’s about as satisfactory conclusion as you could want. Pay for the cleanup, and don’t do it again.

     

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