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MnDOT warns against vandalizing state property along highways

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The Minnesota Department of Transportation warns that vandalizing signs or other state property in the highway right of way is illegal and may result in a fine up to $3,000 and up to one year in jail per incident.

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Some common examples of vandalism seen on state highway signs and property in west central Minnesota include:

--Stolen signs

--Graffiti

--Holes or dents from firearms and other objects

--Unauthorized reflective tape applied to signs and posts

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