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California man facing vandalism and other charges

Police in California recently arrested a man who is accused of breaking a restaurant's windows and various other offenses. This individual is now facing a felony vandalism charge, as well as charges for assault and for possessing burglary tools. If convicted, the accused could face a number of potential consequences, all of which can have an extremely negative impact on his life.

The 45-year-old male is accused of throwing his bicycle through the windows of a Mexican restaurant. The alleged incident is said to have occurred on Sept. 29 in Oceanside. According to an employee of the establishment, the accused supposedly try to force his way into the restaurant but fled after police were contacted.

The man was allegedly found at an apartment complex in close proximity to the establishment. According to authorities, a stun gun was utilized during the effort to arrest this individual. A physical altercation supposedly ensued before he was eventually taken into custody. Court dates regarding this matter have not been reported.

The allegations in this case are certainly significant. Vandalism, assault and possessing tools intended for burglary are not likely to be taken lightly in a California criminal court. The accused does have the right to not only defend himself, but also to seek experienced representation to assist him throughout his legal proceedings. He, along with his counsel, will be able to question any evidence offered against him and fight for a case dismissal or lesser charges and lighter sentencing. A case of this nature may not be easy to tackle, but with help the rights and interests of the accused can be protected as he seeks to swiftly resolve this legal matter.

Source: timesofsandiego.com, "Man Accused of Throwing Bike Through Restaurant Windows Arrested", Debbie L. Sklar, Sept. 29, 2015

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