Judge decision in graffiti case draws protesters

Cleveland Councilman Joe Cimperman led a protest Monday with 40 city residents against a county judge they said went easy on a pair of vandals.

Cimperman denounced Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Eileen A. Gallagher’s decision to dismiss charges against one graffiti artist and reduce charges against another. The men were accused of spray painting hundreds of buildings, light poles and other public property.

The councilman praised police and prosecutors for doing their job, but said Gallagher dropped the ball.

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