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Two men face graffiti charge in Albany

Joseph Burke, left, and Douglas Thies
Joseph Burke, left, and Douglas Thies
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Albany police arrested two men Tuesday on Washington Avenue for alleged possession of graffiti instruments. Late Monday, officers responded to the area of Central Avenue and Lexington Avenue for a report of two men on the roof of a building. When officers arrived they noticed freshly painted graffiti on the building where the suspects were last seen. At about 12:20 a.m. Tuesday, an officer was flagged down by a concerned resident at Lark Street and ...


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safny
January 23, 2013
11:17 a.m.

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If you're going to break one law - why are you carrying a knofe and pot? Oh, because you're an idiot.

SchenectadyScott
January 23, 2013
2:56 p.m.

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Because these morons have been getting away with destruction for quite some time....they do not care...The destroy property, deface and have no regard for those that live there that have to see this blight. Get a sketch pad and go at it, all day long, and keeping it to yourself. This is a selfish act, not art in any form. Look at me.

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