Vandals even got the tires on the local tow trucks, forcing delays in the Auto Club's response the next morning. Residents in several neighborhoods discovered they had all been victimized when they compared notes in line at a crowded tire store. Some store employees also had their tires slashed. "It appears that it was just a bunch of jerky kids doing their thing," an LAPD officer tells the Daily Breeze.
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