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Authorities seek teenage who spray-painted a prom invitation on an Idaho cliffside

  • This Tuesday, May 5, 2015 photo provided by the Ada County Sheriff’s office shows a message "Destiny, Prom?" painted in large pink and blue letters on the side of the Black Cliffs east of Boise.  Authorities are looking for a teen who wanted a date with Destiny and hoped to get it by spray-painting a prom proposal on an Idaho cliffside. The person could face a misdemeanor charge of injury by graffiti, which is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of $1,000. A federal charge also is possible because the U.S. Bureau of Land Management owns the area. The culprit also would be responsible for the cost of cleanup. (Patrick Orr/Ada County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

    This Tuesday, May 5, 2015 photo provided by the Ada County Sheriff’s office shows a message "Destiny, Prom?" painted in large pink and blue letters on the side of the Black Cliffs east of Boise. Authorities are looking for a teen who wanted a date with Destiny and hoped to get it by spray-painting a prom proposal on an Idaho cliffside. The person could face a misdemeanor charge of injury by graffiti, which is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of $1,000. A federal charge also is possible because the U.S. Bureau of Land Management owns the area. The culprit also would be responsible for the cost of cleanup. (Patrick Orr/Ada County Sheriff’s Office via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • This Tuesday, May 5, 2015 photo provided by the Ada County Sheriff’s office shows a message "Destiny, Prom?" painted in large pink and blue letters on the side of the Black Cliffs east of Boise.  Authorities are looking for a teen who wanted a date with Destiny and hoped to get it by spray-painting a prom proposal on an Idaho cliffside. The person could face a misdemeanor charge of injury by graffiti, which is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of $1,000. A federal charge also is possible because the U.S. Bureau of Land Management owns the area. The culprit also would be responsible for the cost of cleanup. (Patrick Orr/Ada County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

    This Tuesday, May 5, 2015 photo provided by the Ada County Sheriff’s office shows a message "Destiny, Prom?" painted in large pink and blue letters on the side of the Black Cliffs east of Boise. Authorities are looking for a teen who wanted a date with Destiny and hoped to get it by spray-painting a prom proposal on an Idaho cliffside. The person could face a misdemeanor charge of injury by graffiti, which is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of $1,000. A federal charge also is possible because the U.S. Bureau of Land Management owns the area. The culprit also would be responsible for the cost of cleanup. (Patrick Orr/Ada County Sheriff’s Office via AP)  (The Associated Press)

Authorities are looking for a teen who wanted a date with Destiny and hoped to get it by spray-painting a prom proposal on an Idaho cliffside.

The Idaho Statesman reports (http://bit.ly/1GYk3Us ) that the message "Destiny, Prom?" was painted in large pink and blue letters on the side of the Black Cliffs, in a popular rock climbing spot, east of Boise. The Ada County sheriff's office is searching for the culprit.

The person could face a misdemeanor charge of injury by graffiti, which is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of $1,000. A federal charge also is possible because the U.S. Bureau of Land Management owns the area. The culprit also would be responsible for the cost of cleanup.

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Information from: Idaho Statesman, http://www.idahostatesman.com