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Man breaks 27 windows at Alhambra courthouse, claims he hears voices *UPDATE

UPDATE 5.5.15
The man has been identified as Keith Price, 52, of Pasadena. Price has not been charged but could face felony vandalism when he leaves the hospital, said Sgt. Jerry Johnson of the Alhambra Police Department. Initial estimates put damages at $30,000.
A man smashed 27 windows in front of Alhambra Superior Court on Saturday. The windows were 12-foot-tall each, and the damage is estimated to cost tens of thousands of dollars. The man told police that he was angry about a pending court case and that he heard voices in his head, reports the Pasadena-Star News
The act of vandalism was reported around 3:30 pm, according to CBS Los Angeles. Officers from the police station, which is directly across the street from the courthouse, came out to subdue the man. He was taken in for a psychiatric evaluation and medical treatment for cuts that were sustained during his rampage.

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  1. Who will pay for the repairs?