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Vandalism

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  • Several arrested in Suffolk vandalism incidents also charged in Isle of Wight burglaries

    Several people who were accused of damaging a golf course and an athletic complex in Suffolk were also charged by Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s deputies in connection to two other burglaries in Windsor. Blane Sebastian Washington, Jr., 24;...
  • Person reported looking in houses in Forest Hill; golf balls stolen from range at Bel Air club

    Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police reports: Aberdeen Dwayne Cecil Webb, 46, of the 500 block of Pleasantwind Drive, was arrested Friday on a bench warrant in a case in which he is charged with eluding police by failing to stop,...
  • Four charged in burglary at Lafayette College frat to face trial

    Four men, including two Lafayette College students and a recent graduate, charged with stealing tools and vandalizing a fraternity building, said Tuesday they will apply for a first-time offenders program. The four men gave up their right to a...
  • Suffolk police make arrests in connection to vandalism of golf course

    Suffolk police make arrests in connection to vandalism of golf course
    UPDATE October 21, 2014 : Suffolk police have arrested several people in connection to incidents that resulted in damage to two local facilities,  officials announced Tuesday. Blane S. Washington, Jr., 24; Aaron M. Underhill, 25, and Noah C. Rivera, 23,...
  • 'Django's' Daniele Watts refused to give cop ID, and she isn't sorry

    'Django's' Daniele Watts refused to give cop ID, and she isn't sorry
    Actress Daniele Watts of “Django Unchained” fame said she did not regret refusing to hand over her ID to police investigating a call about indecent exposure over the weekend in North Hollywood. “It’s because I believe in...
  • Another horse statue honoring police found damaged on Michigan Avenue

    Another horse statue honoring police found damaged on Michigan Avenue
    Another horse statue honoring police was found broken into several pieces this morning on the city's Magnificent Mile. Shortly after 3:30 a.m., police responded to a report of a damaged statue at 744 N. Michigan Ave., according to the Chicago Police...
  • Police: Vandals cause $1,000 in damage at country club

    Police: Vandals cause $1,000 in damage at country club
    Lower Saucon Township police are looking for a vandal or vandals who caused more than $1,000 in damage at Saucon Valley Country Club last week. Police said someone entered the country club at 2050 Saucon Valley Road on Thursday night or Friday morning...
  • Vandals spray-paint vulgarities, key vehicles in Emmaus

    Vandals spray-paint vulgarities, key vehicles in Emmaus
    Emmaus police are investigating a number of mischief complaints made last month involving spray-paint and keyed vehicles. Investigators say three homeowners reported in late September that they found spray paint on their properties. Police say...
  • Racist graffiti sprayed on cars, garages, home in Morgan Park

    Racist graffiti sprayed on cars, garages, home in Morgan Park
    Vandals sprayed racist graffiti on cars, garages and a home along several blocks of the Morgan Park neighborhood on the Far South Side, police said. The vandalism occurred over the weekend in the 10000 and 11000 blocks of Esmond, Hermosa and Prospect...
  • Racial slurs painted on Upper Hanover municipal building

    Racial slurs were found sprayed on the front walls and windows of the Upper Hanover Township Building on Monday morning, police said. Police had no suspect. State police at Skippack said the vandalism was reported at 8 a.m. at the municipal building at...
  • Popular Lincoln Square chef nervously awaits surgery after attack

    Popular Lincoln Square chef nervously awaits surgery after attack
    A pastry chef at a popular Lincoln Square restaurant is facing surgery on his arm and wrist -- and worried about his livelihood -- after he was beaten up by four men while confronting a vandal. "This is very upsetting for him right now," Adam Snow...