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Vandalism

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  • Records show LAPD reclassified incidents

    Records show LAPD reclassified incidents
    In February 2013, someone broke into a newly renovated house in South Los Angeles, spray-painted walls and made off with a new stove and water heater worth $1,400. LAPD officers classified the crime as a burglary because it involved forced entry and...
  • Two men sought in fatal shooting of Orthodox rabbi

    MIAMI A 60-year-old Orthodox rabbi from Brooklyn, N.Y., on his way to a local synagogue was gunned down in broad daylight Saturday morning during a likely random robbery attempt on Northeast 175th St., according to Miami-Dade police and local Jewish...
  • Venus De Milo beheading leads to 3 arrests

    Venus De Milo beheading leads to 3 arrests
    Deputies say they cracked the case of the beheaded Venus De Milo. Three young men have been charged in the July vandalism of a Venus De Milo replica at European Village, a shopping, dining and entertainment complex in Flagler County. The arrests,...
  • Lake County Police Log: Calls include stolen backpack, hit and run, assault

    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....
  • Final Annapolis chicken statue marks shift in public art

    Final Annapolis chicken statue marks shift in public art
    The flock of chicken sculptures in Annapolis’ arts district is about to be thinned. The 20th — and last — bigger-than-life chicken sculpture was installed Friday. The sculpture is a giant chicken with a saxophone called “Sax in...
  • Anti-Semitic messages pop up on synagogue, cars in Florida

    MIAMI Swastikas were spray-painted on the front pillars of a Florida synagogue Monday morning, leaving the surrounding community on edge especially after two cars in Miami Beach were defaced over the weekend. "We have been violated," said Rabbi...
  • Southington Starts Tip Program To Help Fight Vandalism

    SOUTHINGTON — An anonymous telephone tip line and online message site are the town's latest tools to fight vandalism, a concern after damage was caused along a rail-trail path and in the town center. "Act On It" is the name of the program...
  • Vandals target 'The Watch,' Chicago statues celebrating Tuskegee Airmen

    Vandals target 'The Watch,' Chicago statues celebrating Tuskegee Airmen
    A lime-green piece of fiberglass resin lay in the grass Sunday next to a concrete pad where statues paying homage to the Tuskegee Airmen had stood. “This one is broken,” said 2-year-old David Molina-Kwan, in Chinese, to his mother as he...
  • Man gets jail for tagging courthouse while facing vandalism charges

    An inveterate tagger who left his distinctive mark inside a San Diego courthouse even as he was facing vandalism charges has been sentenced to six months in jail and three years of probation. Francisco Canseco, 19, was arrested in June after San Diego...
  • Vandalism shamed our entire community [Letter]

    No matter how you spell it, the act of hateful vandalism on the former Army Reserve Center shamed the community of Westminster and the greater community of Carroll County. On a national scale, we will be recognized and colored an awful shade of...
  • Ex-Bell mayor's store is vandalized with graffiti after sentencing

    Ex-Bell mayor's store is vandalized with graffiti after sentencing
    A day after former Bell Mayor Oscar Hernandez was sentenced to a year in county jail for his role in a public corruption case that nearly left the town bankrupt, the mugshot of Robert Rizzo -- the man at the heart of the scandal -- was tagged on the walls...
  • Alderman: Helen Keller could see graffiti cancer in Chicago

    Alderman: Helen Keller could see graffiti cancer in Chicago
    The small percentage of graffiti vandals who get nabbed by Chicago police would face potentially higher fines under a proposal put forward by Mayor Rahm Emanuel and endorsed Thursday by the City Council Public Safety Committee. Aldermen, city...