Graffiti "artist" caught in sheriff's bathroom
Police say Jordan Lucas was an easy catch when they found him tagging a bathroom stall at the Sheriff's Academy in Whittier, Calif. last Wednesday, CBS Los Angeles reported.
A sheriff's lieutenant reportedly caught Lucas, 31, in the act (of making graffiti, that is). He was reportedly using a black marker on one of the stall's walls.
It so happens, the lieutenant was also using the facilities at the time (not for making graffiti).
For his part, a surprised Lucas said he thought he was in the restroom alone.
He faces one count of misdemeanor vandalism.
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