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Vandalism

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  • Lake County police calls include stolen generator, trespassing, hit and run

    Following are some of the incidents recently reported to area police agencies and the Lake County Sheriff's Office. This information was compiled from public records maintained by those agencies. The Police Log is published Thursdays in the Lake section....
  • Officials fix water main in time for concert

    A broken water main didn't stop the music in Fairview Park on Tuesday night. City crews repaired the plastic water main, which caused minor flooding in the park early Sunday, in time for the first show of the annual Concert in the Park series, Public...
  • Manchester Land Trust Offers To Care For Town-Owned Cabin

    Manchester Land Trust Offers To Care For Town-Owned Cabin
    MANCHESTER — The local land trust has offered to watch over and maintain a town-owned cabin on Upper Case Pond that has been a frequent target of vandals. "The Land Trust proposes working with a tenant-caretaker, who would live at the cabin and...
  • La Caņada Crime: Residential burglary reported on Georgian Road

    La Caņada June 23 Burglary, residential: 300 block of Georgian Road. A man reported that sometime between 11:45 a.m. and 2 p.m. that day, someone had entered his home and stolen various items. When the victim came home, he heard running water coming...
  • Suspect allegedly tags San Diego courtroom during his graffiti hearing

    A man accused of dozens of graffiti attacks in San Diego allegedly tagged the courtroom in which he was being prosecuted for vandalism. Francisco Canseco, 18, was arrested yet again -- this time by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department -- for...
  • Robbins library out of money, will close indefinitely

    Robbins library out of money, will close indefinitely
    Nineteen-year-old Germeisha McGee used the computers at the Robbins library to search for summer jobs because the community college student has no Internet access at home, like many in this south suburb of about 5,000 people. “There’s a...
  • Crescenta Valley Crime: Someone cut down a Pine tree at LCF Country Club

    La Caņada June 12 Vandalism: 5500 block of Godbey Drive. Someone from the La Caņada Flintridge Country Club contacted police to report that sometime between 9 p.m. Wednesday and 6 a.m. that day, someone had cut down a pine tree between the third and...
  • Lake County Police Log: Calls include bicycle theft, burglary, trespassing

    Following are some of the incidents recently reported to area police agencies and the Lake County Sheriff's Office. This information was compiled from public records maintained by those agencies. The Police Log is published Thursdays in the Lake section....
  • Graffiti turns to painting with owners' permission

    Graffiti turns to painting with owners' permission
    Andrew Spear is midway through painting a 20-foot-tall mural on the side of Orlando's Little Saigon when a man heading to the restaurant stops him. "Hey, this is [expletive] awesome!" the stranger says. "You rock!" He's followed by a string of...
  • Kecoughtan students arrested in connection to school vandalism

    Kecoughtan students arrested in connection to school vandalism
    Four students at Kecoughtan High School have been charged by Hampton police after a school employee found that several outside locks had been damaged. After the school employee told a school resource officer about the damage at 7 a.m. Tuesday, the...
  • L.A. councilman calls for stiffer penalties in graffiti cases

    Frustrated by tagging in his San Fernando Valley district, a Los Angeles city councilman called this week for new measures to crack down on graffiti vandals, especially when murals are defaced. Councilman Paul Krekorian introduced a motion Friday...
  • Justin Bieber dodges charges in alleged phone snatching

    Justin Bieber dodges charges in alleged phone snatching
    Justin Bieber dodged criminal charges Monday related to an accusation by a woman that he tried to snatch her cell phone at a miniature golf course and batting cages center in Sherman Oaks. The Los Angeles City Attorney's office declined to file...