AR-News: (US) Vandals Strike Home of Animal Services Head

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Sat Oct 4 01:25:14 EDT 2003

[from The Lookout News]

Oct. 3 -- The Santa Monica home of the head of Animal Services for Los
Angeles was vandalized early Friday morning by suspects believed to be
tied to a radical animal rights group, police said.

Jerry Greenwalt's property on the 2300 block of Cloverfield Boulevard was
splattered with red paint shortly before sunrise. The vandals, who struck
at 5:40 a.m., also splashed red paint on his car and scrawled the initials
ALF (Animal Liberation Front) on the property.

"Members of the group focused on this victim because he is the general
manager of the City of Los Angeles Department of Animal Services," said
Lt. Frank Fabrega, the police department spokesman.

The investigation is ongoing and search warrants are being sought, Fabrega
said. The FBI is also investigating.

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