An 81-Year-Old 'Serial Slingshot Shooter' Is Arrested After Decade of Mischief – The New York Times

Title: Elderly California Resident Arrested for Decade-Long Slingshot Misconduct

The local police in Azusa, California, announced the arrest of an 81-year-old man suspected of harassing residents in the area over the past decade with a slingshot. The man’s peculiar and persistent behavior has reportedly alarmed and disrupted local communities, earning him the title “serial slingshot shooter”.

According to The New York Times, the unnamed suspect is finally under the scrutiny of authorities. Previously, reports about his disturbing activities were disseminated by various media outlets including KABC-TV, The San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Patch, and the Daily Mail.

It should be noted that the man, as per KABC-TV’s report, was released from police custody on his own recognizance following his arrest. Additional information about potential charges or court hearings involving the individual has not been shared in these reports.

Families and residents in the neighborhood near the suspect’s home hope this arrest will bring some reprieve from the years-long chaos instigated by this elusive offender. The question lingers as to the factors motivating the man to create mischief for a substantial portion of his life. Police urge citizens to remain vigilant in monitoring suspicious activities in their communities for prompt law enforcement response.