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Local gov’t employee arrested for vandalizing police car in Ehime Prefecture

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Police in Shikokuchuo, Ehime Prefecture, have arrested a 59-year-old local government employee on suspicion of property destruction after he vandalized a police car in a parking lot.

According to police, Eiji Fujii was arrested after he scratched the vehicle’s back end for 40 centimeters with a sharp-edged tool at around 9:50 a.m. on Sunday, Sankei Shimbun reported. It was parked in a lot adjacent to a housing complex at the time, which is near the suspect’s home.  

Police said there have been over 10 similar reports of vandalism filed by residents of the same housing complex. A police officer on patrol spotted Fujii after he vandalized the police car.

According to Shikokuchuo City, Fujii is employed at a facility for the disabled run the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

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Early retirement and down-sized pension, please.

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Keying a car is what this is called it is driven by Hate and Jealousy.

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Stressed out.

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Anger management may be required.

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Keying a car is what this is called it is driven by Hate and Jealousy.

I sometimes dream of this. It is a non violent crime. But I’ve become a model citizen...

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Police said there have been over 10 similar reports of vandalism filed by residents of the same housing complex. A police officer on patrol spotted Fujii after he vandalized the police car.

Good greif, be direct with the car owner if you don't want someone parking nearby your house. That's some low caliber passive-aggressive behavior going on there.

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How did police identify him as the culprit ? Street cams ?

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Used to be the bane of living in inner cities, but seems to be fading away

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