The gradually warming spring weather doesn’t always bring out the best in people. The Town of Jackson has already seen an increase in “tagging” or graffiti showing up around town; which Police Sergeant Cole Nethercott says always seems to happen this time of year and he suspects there will be more incidents before police are able to catch up with those responsible. Nethercott points out that graffiti is costly to remove and so is not considered just harmless fun. He says the cost often depends upon what kind of surface has been tagged and what is used for the graffiti. He says the town’s public works department cleans it up on public areas and they encourage people to clean it up promptly on private property because it seems that if it is left for any length of time, it tends to attract more tagging. Nethercott urges should anyone some suspicious activity or individuals carrying around cans of paint to notify the police department right away.