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2 Charged in Superior Car Vandalism Case

Updated: 04/04/2014 10:49 PM
Created: 04/04/2014 10:43 PM WDIO.com

Two men have been charged for an alleged act of vandalism that damaged 70 vehicles in Superior. 

According to police, 41-year-old Charles Ross Marciniak of Duluth and 30-year-old Aaron Mitchell Budish of Superior shot the windows of vehicles in several neighborhoods on Nov. 26 with a BB gun. 

They each face 24 counts of misdemeanor damage to property. Superior police say the vandalism caused well over $10,000 in damages. 

After months of investigation, police say a detective obtained information last week that led to the arrests of the two suspects

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