Posted: Nov 16, 2009 8:03 PM by David Ortiviz
Updated: Nov 16, 2009 8:03 PM
A 19-year old who told police he spray painted numerous buildings in Pueblo, got sentenced to two years in county jail.
Jared Calderon pleaded guilty to 20 counts of application of graffiti. In addition to jail time, Calderon was fined $10,000; ordered to serve 500 hours of community service; and donate $2,000 to Pueblo's graffiti removal program.
Judge William Alexander says this is the stiffest sentence he has ever imposed. Judge Alexander says Calderon faced an "avalanche of charges."