Two charged with tagging western Queens spots with graffiti: 104th Precinct

MIDDLE VILLAGE — Police in the 104th Precinct arrested two men they say are responsible for more than two dozen separate graffiti complaints throughout central Queens.

David Negron, 20, of Middle Village, was arrested March 8 and charge with 21 counts of making graffiti, according to police.

The NYPD said he allegedly vandalized store fronts, ATMs, mailboxes, doors, emergency call boxes and payphones throughout the Maspeth and Ridgewood areas.

Police arrested 43-year-old Joseph Guilfoyle, of Ridgewood, March 11 and charged him with eight counts of making graffiti, according to cops.

Guilfoyle allegedly vandalized multiple roadways throughout seven different police precincts, including Shore Parkway, the Grand Central Parkway and the Van Wyck Expressway, the NYPD said.

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