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San Diego Residents Help Police Catch Would-Be Tagger

December 28, 2007  | 

Two San Diego residents helped police catch a would-be tagger near Horton Plaza earlier this week.

One resident confronted two men and a boy just before noon as they tried to tag property in downtown San Diego. One of the men showed the resident the butt of a handgun in his waistband before the three would-be vandals fled.

Officers later arrested a man matching the description of the armed would-be tagger near Horton Plaza. The man tried to escape, but he was tripped by a man as he ran from the officers. He was taken into custody on suspicion of unlawful possession of a loaded firearm.

The other would-be taggers were detained but not arrested.

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Lifer_LEO_24 @ 1/4/2008 8:52 AM

Nice work by the civies!

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