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Graffiti Near Albany Area Leads To Two Arrests

Three different places were vandalized with spray paint in the Village Of Voorheesville and Town Of New Scotland.

Spray paint

The graffiti included some images that were graphic, and some biased language.

In the story from News 10 ABC, the vandals struck a private residence in New Scotland, Voorheesville High School and the Voorheesville Public Library.

Albany County Sheriffs arrested two Teens from Guilderland for allegedly spray painting the properties. They have been charged with Aggravated Harassment First Degree, Making Graffiti, and others.

The two teenagers that have been accused of the graffiti and arrested are 18-year-old Manny Wiest And 19-year-old Matthew Carey-Moorly. Carey-Morley was also charged with Possession Of A Forged Instrument In The Second Degree because he allegedly had a driver’s license from the state of Colorado.

According to authorities, the two teens posted similar pictures and words on some social media sites.

After being arraigned in New Scotland Town Court, they were released with probation supervision.

I don’t think that they realize how this could affect the rest of their lives.

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