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Pennsylvania Man Fined for Offensive Writing on State Truck

January 21, 2010

HERMITAGE, PA - A western Pennsylvania man was recently fined $50 for using his finger to write derogatory words on the dirty cab of a Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission truck, according to the Associated Press.

Charles J. Vranich, 33, of South Pymatuning Township, pled guilty to disorderly conduct last week on a citation filed by Fish Commission Officer Jeffrey Giardina. Vranich wrote the words on the officer's truck when both happened to be at the same gas station in September, the AP reported.

AP  was unable to reach Vranich for comment on Jan. 18, but his father, Charles Sr., said his son wrote "I suck" on Giardina's truck because his son was upset that the officer made him take an alcohol breath test - which Vranich passed - after boating weeks before, reported AP.

 

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