Monday May 11 2009 comments Police bust taggers By: Press-Tribune Photography by Philip Wood and Nathan Donato-Weinstein -A +A Philip Wood/Press-TribuneOfficer Lyubomir Bevedyuk removes evidence from the home of Andrey Petkov Friday. The items included computers and drawing pads that investigators could use to link Petkov to tags throughout the area. Philip Wood/Press-TribuneAndrey Petkov is suspected of involvement in a gang that left hundreds of pieces of graffiti - or tags - throughout Roseville and the Greater Sacramento area. He was arrested Friday along with four other people, including a 13-year-old juvenile. Philip Wood/Press-TribuneAn officer handcuffs Andrey Petkov Friday at his North Highlands home. He and four others were arrested on suspicion of participating in a street gang, felony vandalism and conspiracy to commit a crime. Nathan Donato-Weinstein/Press TribuneRoseville Police Sgt. Darrin DeFreece points out handiwork of suspected members of the SGK graffiti crew in the Crocker Ranch neighborhood of Roseville. Nathan Donato-Weinstein/Press TribuneAlleged SGK members routinely trespassed onto Union Pacific property, where they caused thousands of dollars in damage, including to rail cars.