Eugene Police Arrest Alleged Hertz Serial Vandal

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Police in Eugene, Ore., arrested Bernard Shifman, 41, Thursday, after he was seen throwing a solid object through the windows of multiple vehicles at a Hertz Car Rental, officials announced.

In a statement, the Eugene Police Department said since March 13 it had received six complaintsabout a man, who matches Shifman’s description, entering the rental lot and breaking windows in the vehicles. The damages are estimated at a couple thousand dollars.

Shifman has a record of arrests for criminal mischief and criminal trespassing. He was arrested as he left the Hertz location Thursday around 12:45 a.m. for criminal mischief in the first degree.

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