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Three arrested as taggers after they're spotted preparing to vandalize Glendale business, police say

June 21, 2011 |  7:22 am

Three men have been arrested after they were spotted preparing to leave graffiti on a Colorado Street business in Glendale and fled from police, officials said.

Jesse Delgado, 19, of Los Angeles; Michael Rodriguez, 19, of Whittier; and Bardo Albarra, 28, of Los Angeles likely belong to a tagging crew in northeast Los Angeles, said Det. Jeffrey Davis of the Glendale Police Department.

“It looks like they were just passing through the area,” Delgado told the Glendale News-Press.

The men were to be arraigned in Los Angeles Superior Court on vandalism charges.

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