Police: Two Newport Cliff Walk vandal suspects turn themselves in

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NEWPORT, R.I. (WPRI) — Two female suspects who were caught smiling to the camera while allegedly vandalizing the historic Cliff Walk are now in police custody.

According to Newport Police, the public helped assist them in identifying the two suspects. Jocelyn Senecal and Jenna Senecal, both 22 and from East Providence, turned themselves into police on Saturday morning.

Both suspects are being charged with one count of graffiti and one count of conspiracy. They are expected to be arraigned later this month.

The two were caught on camera on November 25th, appearing to be smiling at the camera, with spray paint cans in their hands.

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