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Feces smeared all over home of Laguna Beach, California City Manager

(The AEGIS Alliance) – The authorities in California are looking into a disturbing incident where a public figure’s residence was defiled by an unknown person with feces. Officials discovered the offensive mess after waking up in the morning.

The Laguna Beach Police Department issued a statement, saying that they were alerted to the situation at the home of City Manager Shohreh Dupuis at around 7:30 in the morning on Thursday. Upon arrival, they discovered that the property was covered in feces or sewage smeared around.

The police think that the vandalism took place during the night in the upscale coastal community of Laguna Beach. They have released pictures from the scene that depict the extent of the damage, including feces on the exterior of the house, the front yard, mailbox, planters, stairs, and the walkway next to the residence.

Mayor Bob Whalen of Laguna Beach expressed his shock and outrage at the events, calling it a “shocking personal attack” on the city manager. He emphasized that the incident will be thoroughly and promptly investigated as a criminal act.

On Thursday, the City Manager of Laguna Beach, California was horrified to discover that her property had been vandalized with feces smeared all over it.

The official statement from the police department mentioned that the residence in question is considered city property as per the employment agreement, with the city owning half of the property, and the other half belonging to City Manager Shohreh Dupuis.

Mayor Whalen further added that the City Manager’s job is already demanding, and this type of attack only adds to the stress and anxiety she is already facing. He emphasized that she does not deserve to be treated with such disrespect and expressed his hope that the community will come together in support of the City Manager.

Laguna Beach Police Chief Jeff Calvert stated that the police department is actively investigating and taking the matter very seriously.

Chief Calvert appealed to anyone who may have information about the vandalism to come forward and help identify the culprit behind this cruel act. He emphasized that such behavior is not representative of the values of the community.

The Laguna Beach Police are asking anyone with information about the crime to contact them by calling (949) 497-0701.

Laguna Beach, with a median household income of approximately $128,000, is located in Orange County, California. Although Orange County has traditionally been considered a safer area in California, it has not been exempt from the rise in crime that has been seen throughout the state.

Kyle James Lee – The AEGIS Alliance – This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Kyle James Lee

Majority Owner of The AEGIS Alliance. I studied in college for Media Arts, Game Development. Talents include Writer/Article Writer, Graphic Design, Photoshop, Web Design and Development, Video Production, Social Media, and eCommerce.


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