Norm Bemister, shop manager for AWG Ambassador, stands beside a vandalized coach limo at the company's facility at W. Tompkins Avenue and Valley View Road on Friday. The window of the coach was shot with a pellet gun about a month ago. There have been reports of escalating vandalism against locally based limousines and buses. It's getting worse because they're no longer just using pellet guns, and in some cases, the vehicles shot are in motion. (Jeff Scheid/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Somebody has been shooting out the windows of buses and limousines with a pellet gun, and the executives of one company hit hardest has a message for those responsible: You’re going to get caught, and when you are, you’ll do time.
Alan Waxler, CEO of the the destination management and services company that bears his name, said he thought it all started out as a prank.
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