Woman banned from all U.S. National Parks for graffiti on protected rocks

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FRESNO, Cali.- Casey Nocket,  from San Diego, plead guilty to seven misdemeanor counts of defiling rock formations with graffiti in seven national parks in federal court.

She was given two years of probation by U.S. Magistrate Judge Sheila K. Oberto, during which she has been banned from all  524 million acres of public lands.

Nocket was also sentenced to 200 hours of community service and ordered to pay restitution.

The 23-year-old’s painting were of faces done with acrylic paint and markers on rock formations with panoramic views in national parks during a 26-day period in 2014, authorities said.

She also posted photos of her graffiti, which she had signed with “Creepytings, 2014” to Instagram.

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