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BB gun vandalism prompts more than 50 calls to Joplin police

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Bradley Ferguson Bradley Ferguson
Tanner Woody Tanner Woody
Mason Zuraw Mason Zuraw

Joplin police have arrested five suspects after receiving more than 50 calls concerning property damage done by BB gun pellets.  Damage includes broken windows on vehicles, homes, and businesses.

Police say most of the damage was in the northwest part of the city, but was scattered throughout Joplin.

The suspects include Tanner Woody - 17, Bradley Ferguson - 18, and Mason Zuraw - 19, all of Joplin.  Police also arrested two juveniles.

Investigators say they might not know the total extent of the damage.

"There is that possibility that there are some other victims out there that have had their window broken out and for whatever reason haven't called police, so we're just asking anybody that had damages similar to this to give us a call," says Lt. Matt Stewart of the Joplin Police Department.  "That way we can get their information and send in a report."

All suspects are being charged with first degree property damage, which is a felony.

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