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Vandalism

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  • Racial slurs written on bench in Havre de Grace; beef jerky stolen from car in Joppa [Harford police blotter]

    Racial slurs written on bench in Havre de Grace; beef jerky stolen from car in Joppa [Harford police blotter]
    Maryland State Police and the Harford County Sheriff's Office report: Aberdeen Tyler Wells Vandusen, 18, of the 100 block of Rigdon Road, was arrested Friday on a warrant for allegedly violating probation in a case in which he is charged with...
  • Looting, vandalism follow vigil for dead Missouri teenager

    The police shooting of an unarmed teenager in a St. Louis suburb over the weekend triggered angry demonstrations Sunday morning and vandalism and looting Sunday night, local media reported.  A few thousand demonstrators had gathered for a candlelight...
  • Hundreds mourn Brooklyn rabbi after shooting death on North Miami-Dade street

    MIAMI Hundreds of people gathered on Sunday to mourn the loss of a grandfather, father and rabbi who was gunned down on his way to synagogue the day before. As soon as the hearse pulled up in front of Bais Menachem Chabad with the body of Joseph Raksin...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • More than a dozen thefts or break-ins to cars reported in Abingdon

    More than a dozen thefts or break-ins to cars reported in Abingdon
    A string of thefts from cars and vandalism of vehicles was reported Tuesday and Wednesday in Abingdon, mostly in the neighborhoods around the Abingdon library. At least a dozen reports of break-ins, thefts or vandalism were reported, many of them...
  • Anti-abortion activists avoid charges in Newport Beach chalk protest

    Anti-abortion activists avoid charges in Newport Beach chalk protest
    No charges will be filed against a group of protesters who wrote antiabortion messages in chalk outside a Newport Beach doctor's home, authorities said Wednesday. Police had said that the messages -- including "Abortion is murder" and "Your neighbor...
  • Anti-abortion activists won't face charges over chalk writing near Newport doctor's home

    Anti-abortion activists won't face charges over chalk writing near Newport doctor's home
    Law-enforcement officials said Wednesday that they will not file charges against a group of protesters who wrote anti-abortion messages in chalk outside a Newport Beach doctor's home. Police had said the demonstrators technically may have vandalized...
  • Four jailed in Lafayette College fraternity burglary, vandalism

    Four jailed in Lafayette College fraternity burglary, vandalism
    Four men, including two Lafayette College students and a recent graduate, were arraigned Wednesday in the July 12 burglary of a fraternity building where they allegedly stole tools and vandalized the basement. District Judge Antonio Grifo of Easton sent...
  • Vandalized Soldier Field suites to be ready by game day

    Vandalized Soldier Field suites to be ready by game day
    Two suites vandalized at Soldier Field over the weekend will be cleaned and ready for Friday’s Bears game against the Philadelphia Eagles, authorities said Wednesday. The vandalism, which included someone smearing condiments around one of the...
  • 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...
  • Neighborhood COP groups continue to form

    Southland Hills, is one of five neighborhoods in Towson that have most recently begun Citizens On Patrol programs, according to Towson Area Citizens On Patrol, which now also includes new units in West Towson, Towson Estates, Cromwell Valley and...