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Vandalism

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  • Southington Removes Ice Rink

    SOUTHINGTON — The town's portable ice skating rink, a sure sign of winter, is now gone, a sure sign of spring. The rink was taken down earlier this week by town workers from its spot on Mill Street near the popular rails-to-rails walking and biking...
  • Vandals hit 18 statues in Grant Park with graffiti

    Vandals hit 18 statues in Grant Park with graffiti
    An art installation of 26 life-size human sculptures at Grant Park was vandalized overnight when graffiti taggers left their signatures on 18 of the statues. The public art exhibition titled "Borders" are on loan from Icelandic artist Steinunn...
  • 35 UConn Revelers Arrested, No Serious Injuries Reported

     35 UConn Revelers Arrested, No Serious Injuries Reported
    STORRS — About three dozen UConn revelers were arrested and parts of the campus were vandalized after the men's national championship victory late Monday. No serious injuries were reported, although several ambulances were called from...
  • Man gets a big bill for defacing monument with love inscription

    MINNEAPOLIS A Minnesota man has been charged and owes thousands of dollars for defacing a federal monument in Montana by carving into a sandstone wall his newlywed wife's name and his own near the revered 200-year-old signature of Captain William Clark of...
  • Car-tipping? Vandals upend ultra-compact Smart cars in San Francisco

    Car-tipping? Vandals upend ultra-compact Smart cars in San Francisco
    Urbanites have apparently found an answer to rural California's long nefarious history of cow-tipping. A group of men in San Francisco have allegedly taken to car-tipping. Three Smart cars were "tipped over" late Sunday or early Monday, local media...
  • Anti-Semitic Incidents Increase In State, Decline Nationwide

    Anti-Semitic incidents increased in Connecticut in 2013 with 31 incidents of harassment, vandalism or physical assault reported in the state last year, an audit found. The Anti-Defamation League's annual Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents found the number...
  • Police Files

    Costa Mesa Bristol Street: Petty theft was reported in the 3300 block at 2:41 p.m. Saturday. East 17th Street: Petty theft between 3 and 3:30 p.m. Saturday was reported in the 200 block. West 16th Street: Petty theft was reported in the 900 block at 5:...
  • Gloucester Sheriff's Office weekly crime log

    In the 3900 block of Cedar Bush Road An assault on March 3 at 6:54 p.m. resulted in the arrest of Jay Leonard Schaumleffel, 71, of Cedar Bush Road, on a charge of assault and battery of a family member. On Sheffield Drive A resident reported on March 5...
  • Attorney: Ex-city employee did not rip up campaign sign

    Jury selection began Wednesday in the trial of a former Costa Mesa city employee accused of destroying a political campaign sign during a contentious election season. The Orange County district attorney's office alleges that Steven Charles White, 40,...
  • Model train area hit again

    Model train area hit again
    For the second time this month, the Orange County Model Engineers group has reported major vandalism at its ridable train setup in Costa Mesa's Fairview Park. Six park tables at Goathill Junction, which is what the nearly 40-acre rail attraction is...
  • O.C. model railroad sees more vandalism

    O.C. model railroad sees more vandalism
    The railroad buffs who operate Goat Hill Junction just can't seem to catch a break. Just weeks after thieves broke into the model railroad grounds and stole $9,000 in aluminum tracks and other material, vandals broke into the 40-acre Costa Mesa...
  • Accused sign vandal is found not guilty

    Accused sign vandal is found not guilty
    An Orange County jury on Friday acquitted a former Costa Mesa city employee of vandalizing a $5 campaign sign during the contentious 2012 city election. Prosecutors were unable to convince the 12-member panel that Steven Charles White, 40, was the one...