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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Gregory Tyler Graniss Arrested on Suspicion of Smashing Muni Bus in World Series Celebration

Posted By on Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 7:23 AM

Now look who's busted! - PHOTO BY SUSANA BATES VIA THE CHRONICLE
  • Photo by Susana Bates via the Chronicle
  • Now look who's busted!

The good people on the Internet helped San Francisco police track down the dude who they say vandalized the hell out of a Muni bus during the World Series celebration on Sunday night.

A photographer snapped this photo of the ballsy vandal and the Chronicle printed the picture, asking for help finding the guy. The photo also went viral on Facebook and other social media sites, and an online campaign started to find the bus-smasher.

And it worked.

See also: World Series: Bus Torched by Revelers Is "Totaled"


Police were pleased to announce last night that they arrested

22-year-old Gregory Tyler Graniss on suspicion of felony vandalism and

injuring or destroying a passenger transit vehicle.

Investigators say they got enough evidence

related to the crime, which led them to the identity of the suspect. Graniss, a San Francisco resident, was arrested Tuesday at 7 p.m.; however, police wouldn't say what "evidence" was found at the crime scene since this is still an ongoing investigation.
 

click to enlarge The party is definitely over - SFPD
  • SFPD
  • The party is definitely over
"This

was a senseless act of destruction and there is no tolerance for such

criminal behavior in San Francisco," says Police Chief Greg Suhr. "With

assistance from the public, investigators moved swiftly to identify

this suspect and make an arrest."
 
Anyone with information on the

vandalism of the Muni bus is asked to call the Special Investigations

Division at 553-1133, the anonymous tip line at 575-4444, or

text- a-tip to TIP411 and begin the message with SFPD.

Now if only we could find the idiot who torched a Muni bus that same night.


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Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.

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