HULL — Chief John Dunn reports that the Hull Police Department is continuing to crack down on vandalism at Fort Revere Park following the arrest of three women on Tuesday.
RACHAEL ROSE, AGE 24, OF KINGSTON; SIERRA LUCAS, AGE 23, OF MIDDLEBORO; and TAYLA CHARLEBOIS, AGE 20, OF MIDDLEBORO, were each arrested and charged with Vandalizing Property.
On Tuesday, Oct. 25 at approximately 12:40 p.m., Hull Police received a report of three women possibly spray painting at Fort Revere Park.
Upon arrival, Hull Police officers located three individuals, later identified as ROSE, LUCAS and CHARLEBOIS. Through an on-scene investigation, it was determined that the individuals were in the possession of spray paint cans and markers, and had allegedly spray-painted two different areas of the park’s bunkers.
ROSE, LUCAS and CHARLEBOIS were placed under arrest and booked at the Hull Police station. ROSE, LUCAS and CHARLEBOIS are expected to appear in court on Dec. 6.
“The Hull Police Department would once again like to reiterate that we have a zero-tolerance policy for anyone found to be vandalizing Fort Revere Park,” Chief Dunn said. “The park is a community space that is open and welcome to all, however, that does not mean people are allowed to or should be defacing the property. Anyone discovered to be vandalizing the park and its bunkers will be arrested and charged.”
These are allegations. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty.