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September 18th, 2012

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"It's tricky," said Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy David Anguiano. "If you find out what they go by, you are good to go."

Anguiano tracks the online activity of graffiti vandals - the so-called tagging crews that sometimes morph into gangs. They post tweets saying they are heading out to spray paint and sometimes post links to photographs of their work.

Often, they cannot resist bragging about their handiwork, and the electronic trail they leave is frequently used as evidence.

"They talk about it too much," Anguiano said. "You want the fame so you've got to go out there and talk about it. That's when your mouth gets you in trouble." 

http://www2.wkrg.com/news/2010/feb/02/gangs_rising_use_of_twitter_helping_cops-ar-2124607/

somewhat is the choice. somethin' different happenin'. full shit, not real.