3 charged in Pierce County car-bashing spree

TACOMA — Three young adults accused of bashing more than 80 parked cars in Puyallup during a week-long spree have pleaded not guilty to multiple counts of malicious mischief.

Pierce County prosecutors charged 24-year-old Tyler Graham, 22-year-old Nicole Simons and 19-year-old James Reynolds.

Prosecutors say that starting Nov. 2, the vandals drove around late at night, using an aluminum baseball bat to break windows and side mirrors.

The News Tribune says court records show a tip led police to two of the defendants. Detectives also had surveillance video footage of one attack on a pickup truck.

The prosecutor’s office says more victims may still come forward.

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