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Joshua Hallam, Marshall MacHardy Face 250 Graffiti Charges In Relation To Calgary Vandalism

01/29/2014 12:56 EST | Updated 03/31/2014 05:59 EDT
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CALGARY - Two Calgary men face more than 250 charges linked to graffiti vandalism that caused $55,000 in property damage.

Police say the charges come after a lengthy investigation into graffiti on both private and public property in northwest Calgary last year.

Joshua Hallam, who is 19, has been charged with 108 counts of mischief to property.

He is next to appear in court on March 3.

Marshall MacHardy, also 19, has been charged with 159 counts of mischief to property and is to appear in court on March 4.

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