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To warn against a repeat of the unrest, authorities on Wednesday arrested 31 members of a tagging crew suspected of vandalizing a passenger bus and light rail train that night. The arrests followed a yearlong investigation looking into the post-victory violence that was captured on news footage.
He said he doesn't expect problems, but warned anyone thinking of causing trouble that police will aggressively go after them.
"If you vandalize, if you graffiti, if you assault somebody in conjunction with one of these (celebrations), I take it personally," the chief said. "By those actions, you defame the reputation of the city we all love."
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