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Two Marines arrested on suspicion of vandalism in Orange County

Two enlisted Marines from Camp Pendleton have been arrested on suspicion of shooting out nearly two dozen windows of cars and stores in Orange County.

Joseph Nahale and Jesse Ivie, both 20-year-old privates, were arrested Sunday in Dana Point on suspicion of shooting out windows with BB guns in San Clemente, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach and Dana Point. The two were booked into Orange County jail on vandalism charges and later released without bail.


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