The vandal busted out the windows of storefronts including Levine’s, Ravens Pharmacy, Rent-A-Center and Boost Mobile. Police arrested a suspect, whom Ravens Pharmacy technician Gaby Mendoza says she recognized as a homeless man who often pushed a grocery cart with cans he collected and often would panhandle along that stretch of the boulevard.
Glass littered the sidewalk, and it looked like a tornado had struck, with all the boarded-up windows. By Friday, Levine’s already had replaced their windows. So had Rene Ramos of Rene Photo Video, who said it cost about $350 to replace one plate of glass about 4 feet wide.
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