BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A tagger who defaced public property throughout Buffalo's west side has started his community service.
Richard Whitefield, 26, who worked under the graffiti tag "BCUZ" avoided jail time when he plead guilty to five counts of criminal mischief back in April. Three months passed and he still hadn't started his thousand hours of community service, until this week. He began painting over his "artwork" on Monday.
In addition to community service, Whitefield will have pay a thousand dollar fine, and has five years probation.
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