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Suspected Vandal Arrested

Wichita Falls, Texas - A suspect that police believe to be connected to the WFISD Bus Barn vandalism that occurred in August, in which six parked buses had windows and windshields broken, has been arrested.

On May 12th, around 9:30 p.m., Wichita Falls Police Officers observed 17-year-old Stefan Shaffer riding his bicycle along Filmore Street. Due to a lack of lights or reflectors required for night riding, police initiated a traffic stop.

After a record check, police discovered that Shaffer had a warrant for his arrest for Criminal Mischief. Police also discovered marijuana in Shaffer's possession. Shaffer was arrested and taken to the Wichita County Jail.

Shaffer is charged with Criminal Mischief  Over $1,500 - Under $20,000 and Possession of Marijuana.


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