Two Teens Arrested for Gang Graffiti Threats

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RENO, NV - Reno police arrested two teens for graffiti that showed death threats against police officers. According to police, the two 17 year old teens belong to a local gang. Authorities believe they spray-painted the Reno Police South sub-station, a community service officer vehicle, and the Neil Road Recreation Center. The Neil Road Recreation Center provides activities and services to local children and their families, as well as services for Senior Citizens.

The graffiti happened Sunday night and depicted death threats to policy officers. The damage is estimated to be over 2 thousand dollars. The teens were charged with Gross Misdemeanor Destruction of Property - Graffiti, and Gross Misdemeanor Threats Against a Public Official. Their names were not released since they are minors. More arrests could be made.