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Father, Son Duo Arrested in Alleged Graffiti Spree on Long Island

Some of the shops hit include a gas station, beauty salon, barber, cellphone store, deli and a physical therapy office

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    Father, Son Duo Arrested in Alleged Graffiti Spree on Long Island
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    What to Know

    • A father and son painting pair has been arrested after a spree of graffiti in a Long Island town, police said

    • Thomas Shane and Thomas Shane Jr. were seen by police in Bay Shore spray painting different spots in Bay Shore around 11:30 p.m. Nov. 6

    • Some of the shops hit include a gas station, beauty salon, barber, cellphone store, deli and a physical therapy office

    A father and son painting pair has been arrested after a spree of graffiti in a Long Island town, police said.

    Thomas Shane and Thomas Shane Jr. were seen by police in Bay Shore spray painting different spots in Bay Shore around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday night, according to Suffolk County police. As cops looked into the matter, they discovered the duo had been illegally tagging a number of businesses for more than an hour that night, police said.

    Some of the shops hit include a gas station, beauty salon, barber, cellphone store, deli and a physical therapy office.

    The Shane father and son, who live together in Shirley, both face multiple charges for the graffiti. Shane, 48, faced two more counts than his 26-year-old son after police tied him to additional scenes.

    The pair was released on bail, and is set to be arraigned at a later date. Information regarding attorneys for the father and son was not immediately available.

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