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Police station vandal gets jail time

Police station vandal gets jail time

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KGMI News Reporting
By Tracy Ellis

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – The man who broke into the Ferndale Police station in December will spend three months in jail.

Twenty-two year-old Darrell Ryan Stacey pleaded guilty Monday to malicious mischief and burglary.

The Bellingham Herald reports that in addition to the three months in jail, he’ll be forced to pay for the $52,000 worth of damage he caused.

The station was empty when Stacey forced his way into the station and vandalized it.

 

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