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Vandalism

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  • 'Threatening' graffiti discovered at high school in Reseda

    Police on Tuesday were investigating graffiti containing threatening messages found on the walls of a Reseda high school for students with disabilities. A custodian found the graffiti at Diane S. Leichman High School around 6:30 a.m. Monday and notified...
  • Queen Elizabeth II portrait vandalized at Westminster Abbey

    Queen Elizabeth II portrait vandalized at Westminster Abbey
    A portrait of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II that was commissioned to mark her 60 years on the throne has been defaced at Westminster Abbey in London. The painting, created by artist Ralph Heimans, has been taken down from public viewing. A statement...
  • Headstones overturned at Salina cemetery

    Headstones overturned at Salina cemetery
    Police in Salina are looking for vandals who oveturned headstones at a local cemetery. Police say it happened some time between the late-evening hours of April 19 and the afternoon of April 21. - See Pictures of the Damage Several headstones were...
  • Church vandalized: Organ destroyed, walls covered with gang slogans

    Church vandalized: Organ destroyed, walls covered with gang slogans
    Police are asking for the public's help in finding the people who vandalized a church in Chicago's East Side neighborhood. A deacon opening the International Harbor of Grace Church for a morning service on Saturday found pews uprooted, an antique...
  • San Diego jury acquits chalk artist in sidewalk vandalism case

    San Diego jury acquits chalk artist in sidewalk vandalism case
    SAN DIEGO -- A jury Monday acquitted 40-year-old Jeffrey Olson on 13 misdemeanor counts after Olson chalked protest messages on the sidewalk outside Bank of America branch offices. In doing so, the jury in the San Diego County Superior Court case scored...
  • Neighbors voice concerns over trash left on abandoned school property

    Neighbors voice concerns over trash left on abandoned school property
    Huff Lane Elementary School is dividing the neighborhood once again. Some residents in the area said the property has become a prime location for people to meet, drink and smoke at night. They said the recent activity has lead to an increase of trash on...
  • Repair work set to begin at neglected Jewish cemetery

    Repair work set to begin at neglected Jewish cemetery
    Shlomo Rechnitz had heard about the Jewish cemetery in East Los Angeles, about its hundreds of toppled headstones, cracked tombs and the graffiti scrawled over some of its monuments. In late May, he decided to see for himself. He agreed to take a tour...
  • Marines get probation for shooting windows, cars

    Two Camp Pendleton Marines accused of shooting at eight storefronts and 17 vehicles within Laguna Beach last year were sentenced to three years probation and 80 hours of community service Tuesday, according to the Orange County Superior Court website....
  • Incident outside of Ruby's leads to arrest

    Laguna Beach police on Sunday arrested a man who allegedly grabbed a woman's neck outside of Ruby's Diner and then later damaged her black BMW. Abdullah Latifzadh, 47, of Concord, was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor battery and felony vandalism,...
  • Joyland fire under investigation

    Joyland fire under investigation
    Firefighters had a tough time battling a fire at Joyland Friday.  The fire started in a building on the property around six o'clock. The building was fully engulfed in flames.  Firefighters struggled to get it under control because there weren't fire...
  • Employee sprayed graffiti, then was paid to cover it up, police say

     
    Usually there's a crime and then a coverup. In Burbank, it's the coverup that is the alleged crime....
  • Despite state law, cars parked at broken L.A. meters still ticketed

     
    L.A. officials said a state law limiting the practice of issuing tickets to drivers who park at broken meters would cost the city a sizable chunk of ticket and parking fee revenue, and would encourage meter vandalism. The Los Angeles......