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Bronner’s Fifth Vandal Comes Forward

Bronner's Vandalism
Courtesy of Wayne Bronner

The Christmas Day vandalism of Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland now has the fifth victim turning himself in reports mlive.com:

The fifth suspect in the Christmas Day vandalism of 75 displays at Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland turned himself in this afternoon, said Frankenmuth Police Detective Randy Flathau.

Flathau said he interviewed the suspect, who lives in Genesee Township in Genesee County, and released him pending the filing of charges on Thursday.

The four other suspects in the incident, ages 17 to 21 and all also of Genesee Township, remained jailed today, also awaiting the filing of charges. They were lodged on a felony charge of malicious destruction of more than $20,000 worth of personal property.

via - MLive.com.

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