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1983 - Armed robber taken out at Alpha Beta supermarket on Lyons [story]
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The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station was vandalized Thursday night by a man on a scooter who sprayed a message in red paint on the station’s exterior, and a suspect was arrested Sunday.

Here’s the story, according to the station’s social media:

“On Thursday, April 26, at 10:48 p.m., an unknown male adult suspect vandalized the exterior front walls of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

“The incident was captured on the station’s video surveillance system.

“Within hours of the act of vandalism being committed, SCV Sheriff’s Detective Michelle O’Brien was able to identify the suspect.

“Detectives obtained a search warrant for Sean Jamadar, 26, and served it at his residence in Castaic on Sunday morning. Evidence used during the commission of the crime was recovered at the location.

“Deputies arrested Jamadar on felony vandalism charges.

“Jamadar was transported and booked at Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.”

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24 Comments

  1. Jeanne says:

    So the message says someone sells drugs and has killed some people? Where is that part of the story? What exactly does it say? This isn’t gang tagging so is the guy crazy? I see Uncle Sam in the tag. Is he a Vet?
    Come on SCV News follow up on this news drop.

  2. Rick Dalton Rick Dalton says:

    Make him clean up graffiti for six months

  3. Sue Jacobs Sue Jacobs says:

    Put him in jail!! That should scare him straight!!!

  4. William Reel William Reel says:

    So, what was his point? ?

  5. We just need more people in SCV and everything will be great!

  6. Nada Quinn Nada Quinn says:

    Wow, he’s got a lot of walls to fix over the next year. His arms will be too tired to vandalize for fun

  7. cBrown says:

    Is he related to “Don Henry” and “Kevin Ives”? He was trying to send a message. If you look up the story of these two kids, it is quite a unique set of circumstances, and I can see why he feels the way it does. In any case, it made the SC news, and that is what he wanted to accomplish….I think.

  8. Why did the man vandalize? Not okay!?

  9. Mark Mendoza says:

    I’m not condoning what he did but you guys don’t know what’s going on in this kids life. Just keep your thoughts to yourselves

  10. Jeff France Jeff France says:

    That’s the spirit!

  11. Misty Riportella says:

    Kevin Ives and Don Henry are the two boys that were placed on the railroad tracks in At when Clinton was governor and alleged to have been involved in trafficking drugs and those two boys were witnesses. They were brutally tortured and shot before being ripped apart by the train.. either this guy is related some how or has woken up to the real gov crimes in this country!

  12. Jeanne says:

    I sounds like he is angry at a drug dealer for killing some friends with drugs? Were they Vets? Is that why the Uncle Sam comment? Maybe he wanted the Sheriffs to know who was dealing and the public too. I hope he is not in danger now he has made it public. Maybe the sheriffs should not have sent out this press release naming him or showing what he wrote.

  13. Dan says:

    Someone went to school with this guy? Special ed??? Who would do this to a cop station with video surveillance? He wasn’t even skillful enough in English to convey his message…it is totally incoherent. The SCV has a non-stop supply of idiots.

  14. Jeanne says:

    Oh, I found the story of the murder in 1987 of these two boys on unsolved mysteries Wiki. They were murdered by a rifle hit to their head and stab wounds then placed on train tracks to cover the killing. The thought based on witnesses at the time is that they witnessed a drug deal between 2 police officers and drug supplier. That is where the anger at law enforcement came in. This was not local but in Arkansas. There is a movie and a book about the murders too. “The boys on the tracks”.

  15. Dee says:

    They need security cameras. Scary how a person can walk up and do all of that at a police station, and no one seen him doing the act.

  16. jeanne says:

    Read the story Dee. It says the security cameras caught the entire episode. That’s how they knew who did it.

  17. Another SCV Resident says:

    If you look at this guys Instagram and Facebook account, he looks like the type of person that should be hanging out with those sovereign citizen folks.

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