But Carl Gulledge, manager of Skydive Elsinore, which operates out of Skylark Airport, said he felt the penalty should be stiffer.
"I'm glad they caught the guy," said Gulledge
."But, hey, I spend seventy-five bucks on a sushi dinner ---- c'mon!"Gulledge
experienced vandalism problems for the last eight years, but there's been a lot more lately.Although vandals can't use the gas from his
planes because they use jet fuel, Gulledge
said people have been syphoning fuel from the other side of the airport where the gliders are.He's
also had to divert flights because of the vehicles riding on the runway.
"I've had lights stolen off my property, and every night, cars are doing donuts on the taxi ways and up and down the runways," he
said the culprits are so obstinate that he's
almost come to blows with them.
"They honestly feel they have a right to trespass," he