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Defendant charged in La Jolla vandalism case pleads not guilty 

spray painted 'slow down' signs on a neighborhood street in bird rock La Jolla

A 42-year-old woman has entered a “not guilty” plea after her arrest for allegedly spray-painting the words “slow down” appeared in capital letters on several Bird Rock streets.

The woman was arrested on two counts of misdemeanor vandalism and charged March 15, entering the plea March 18, according to city attorney spokesperson Andrew Sharp, who corrected earlier information provided by the San Diego police that the counts were felonies.

Elisabeth Frausto

Elisabeth Frausto

Elisabeth Frausto has been reporting on and writing about La Jolla since 2019. With dozens of local and state journalism awards to her name, Elisabeth knows the industry as well as she knows her community. When she’s not covering all things 92037, you’ll find her with coffee in hand staring at the sea.
Elisabeth Frausto

Elisabeth Frausto

Elisabeth Frausto has been reporting on and writing about La Jolla since 2019. With dozens of local and state journalism awards to her name, Elisabeth knows the industry as well as she knows her community. When she’s not covering all things 92037, you’ll find her with coffee in hand staring at the sea.

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