As a result of a reward offered by Mayor Glenn Johnson, two persons wishing to remain anonymous contacted Pullman Police on Friday, June 28, with information about possible subjects responsible for $2,600 damage done to the Spring Street restroom at the City Skate Park on June 6, according to Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins. Consequently, two juveniles were arrested on June 28, one of whom admitted to participating in causing damage and the other admitted only to being present.
Thursday, June 6, 2013
Pullman parks restroom vandalized
Mayor offers reward for information leading to arrest and conviction
A reward is being offered for the apprehension of the person(s) who vandalized the Spring Street restroom building near Pullman Skateboard Park on Wednesday night, June 5. According to parks department personnel, the door was damaged, privacy partitions knocked down, walls spray painted and the person(s) attempted to start a fire.
Parks Superintendent Alan Davis said that the cost to repair the damages is estimated to be close to $2,600. Pullman Police Department is investigating the matter.
Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson has offered a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) who vandalized the Spring Street restroom building. Call (509) 334-0802 if you have information or the department's anonymous tip us off message line at (509) 334-2249.