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Graffiti Vandal Gets Probation, Community Service
A Lansdale man has admitted going on a vandalism spree, scribbling graffiti on 15 different properties around the borough in May of last year. 23-year-old Jason Treadway of West Main Street pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of criminal mischief, and Montgomery County Judge William Furber gave him two years on probation. He must also pay restitution and perform 24 hours of community service, which could include painting and restoring public buildings. 23-year-old Nicholas Damora of New Hanover joined him in the graffiti spree along West Main Street, North Cannon Avenue, Perkiomen Avenue and West Third, Fifth and Eighth Streets. Damora is awaiting sentencing.