Jun 28, 2012 3:08 PM
TUCSON - The Tucson teen who was arrested earlier this year after an extensive graffiti investigation has pleaded guilty and will face jail time and restitution in the thousands of dollars.
Cody Bledsoe, 19, pleaded guilty to two felony counts of Criminal Damage and will spend the next 90 days in jail, after which he will serve three years probation.
He has been ordered to reimburse the City of Tucson in the amount of $8,500.
In August, Bledsoe could be ordered to pay as much as $19,000 in restitution to Circus Furniture, one of the businesses allegedly damaged by his graffiti.
Cody Bledsoe, 19, was arrested on February 16 after an extensive investigation that implicated him in over 100 acts of graffiti vandalism around the city. He was pulled over by Tucson Police on March 8 and found with more graffiti materials inside the vehicle.