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By Christine Eastman
Special to the Village News 

Vandalism and graffiti on the rise


Last updated 8/5/2019 at 12:40pm

New graffiti on Beech Street needs to be cleaned up.

Busted up flower pots on Main Street. Rocks hurled through windows at Starbucks, Pedro's Tacos and the Angel Shop. Trash strewn about town that takes hundreds of volunteer hours to clean up.

Over a 50% increase in graffiti over the past year.* Eagle Scout projects being defaced. Concerns over open-flame cooking at homeless encampments. Parks being vandalized daily. This is not "fake news."

Some argue that crime, vandalism and litter aren't very big problems given Fallbrook's small-town population. The rest say it's too much. Some want to help, some just want to sit back and complain about i...

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