Police use stun gun on suspected freeway tagger

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Police arrested a man suspected of spray-painting a sign on the freeway.

VISTA, Calif. – Police arrested a man suspected of spray-painting a sign on the freeway Friday.

The graffiti tagger reportedly ran from police on state Route 78 near Vista around 1 a.m. Officers chased the man down the highway and used a stun gun to detain him, according to CHP officer Tommy Dooer.

Police are still looking for another person who may have been involved.

The man is being held at Vista Detention Facility.

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