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Coarsegold Man Convicted Of Felony Vandalism

Nicholas TrowbridgeMADERA COUNTY – A Coarsegold man who vandalized a PG&E facility last year has been convicted of felony vandalism in Madera Superior Court.

Nicholas Trowbridge, 32, of Coarsegold, was convicted before the Honorable Judge Ernest LiCalsi, and sentenced to two years in county jail.

Reports indicated that on July 4, 2015, Mr. Trowbridge went to the PG&E transformer facility in Coarsegold, cut and stole wires, which caused extensive and expensive repairs to be made.

District Attorney David Linn praised the efforts of the Madera County Sheriff’s Department, Ag Crimes Detective Adam McEwen, and PG&E Senior Security Investigator Del Unruh for their investigation in this case.

The crime was prosecuted by the District Attorney’s Office Agricultural and Water Crimes Task Force headed by Supervising Deputy District Attorney Todd Spangler.

“This is an example of law enforcement, private companies, and the District Attorney’s Office working together to solve crime and protect the citizens of Madera County,” said Linn.

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