Search Warrant Arrest


On Saturday, May 14, 2016, Oxnard police officers were dispatched to the area of McWayne Boulevard south of Arcturus Avenue regarding a report of subjects tagging (graffiti) with aerosol paint on one of the railroad box cars.  Upon arrival the officers witnessed two subjects tagging a single box car.  The two subjects observed the officers and fled on foot.
Officers located fresh graffiti vandalism on the box car along with several monikers from an Oxnard based tagging crew.
A follow up investigation on June 1, 2016, led detectives to the 500 Block of Winchester Drive where a search warrant was served at 7 a.m.  Brian Landry, 28 years, was arrested for graffiti vandalism on a box car.  The box car was temporarily situated in Oxnard and is owned and operated by Union Pacific Railroad Company.  Landry was booked into the Ventura County jail on charges of felony graffiti vandalism, section 594 (b) (1) of the California Penal Code.  A conservative estimate of the box car damage is over $5,000.
Union Pacific Railroad Company will prosecute any person found vandalizing their property.  The Union Pacific Railroad Company would also like to remind the public it is a misdemeanor crime to loiter within 20 feet on either side of a railroad track without the express consent and approval of the railroad company and or land owner.
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