Playscape’s graffiti draws reward




Lil Lyssa and Lil Brezzy may be in big trouble if they were the ones who tagged the new playscape at the Pleasanton River Park. Atascosa Crimestoppers have issued a $5,000 cash reward for one week leading to the arrest and conviction of the vandal(s) responsible.

Lil Lyssa and Lil Brezzy may be in big trouble if they were the ones who tagged the new playscape at the Pleasanton River Park. Atascosa Crimestoppers have issued a $5,000 cash reward for one week leading to the arrest and conviction of the vandal(s) responsible.

For more than two months, Robert Garcia and his crew have been replacing the playscape structure at the Pleasanton River Park.

The wooden structure is near completion and as soon as the circular slide arrives, it will once again be open.

But before children can enjoy the new playscape, taggers have already defaced the structure by writing graffiti with a permanent marker. Some tools were also taken while the crew was working.

The Atascosa County Crime Stoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for one week only for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for this vandalism. Callers will remain anonymous. To be eligible for the cash reward, you must call 830-769-2255.

The penalty for graffiti in the State of Texas is a Class B Misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed $2,000 and jail time not to exceed 180 days.


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