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Scottsbluff man gets busted for tagging businesses

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A Scottsbluff man who left his mark across town now faces vandalism charges.

 Some area businesses have recently been "tagged" by the same distinctive symbol, orange sharpie tagging's with the words "Cheto" and "B.P." (which stands for "Brown Pride" according to police documents) all sprouted up this weekend.

Hullinger Glass got the marking on their garage bay windows, 18th Street Bar and Grill got tagged on the inside and exterior of the building,  and Edward Blanco reported that his car on 10th Avenue was tagged as well.

The owner of 18th Street caught 31-year-old Trinidad Gonzales on camera putting his signature tag on a brand new pool table.

Police estimate total damage to be about one-thousand dollars, and Gonzales will be in court on April 20th to face the vandalism charges.

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