Irvine Police Investigate 'Corn Bread Mafia' Graffiti

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 9/12/2013 12:12 am
Some people in Irvine are dealing with graffiti from the 'corn bread mafia'.

Police say that phrase has popped up on homes, a mailbox, and even a car, since last Friday.

All of the graffiti is on one block.

Police say they think four or five juveniles are responsible.

They have been questioned.

No one has been charged yet.
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