Nampa man arrested for allegedly committing hundreds of vandalisms
Nampa Police have announced they have made an arrest on a vandalism suspect that is allegedly responsible for hundreds of vandalisms in the Nampa area.
Brewster Bisconer, 19 of Nampa, was arrested for the vandalisms. He is currently in custody at the Canyon County Jail with a $100,000 bond after confessing to doing vandalisms in the Nampa area over the past several years and also "stating to officers that he would continue to vandalize when released," said Sgt. Tim Randall with the Nampa Police Department.
"Between Oct. 19 and Oct. 21, Brewster and another suspect went on a tagging rampage through the downtown area of Nampa as well as up 12th Avenue and a few other locations around the city," said Sgt. Randall. "During these episodes they primarily tagged their monikers 'deke' and 'cong' as well as a few other acronyms to include 'tm', 'rgh' and 'dyc.'”
A citizen called police on Oct. 22 to report a vandalism in progress in the area of Liberty Park which led to the suspects. After receiving the report, police were able to make contact with Bisconer and the second suspect near Juniper and Constitution. On Oct. 23 Brewster was arrested and charged with felony vandalism.
Nampa Police have identified the second suspect and are hoping to charge them with felony vandalism as well.
According to Sgt. Randall, there was over $1500 damage done just during the crime spree between the Oct. 19 and 21 and thousands of dollars in damage and manpower estimated over the past
several years from Brewster.