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Vandalism

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  • Vandal splashes paint at National Cathedral; woman arrested

    Vandal splashes paint at National Cathedral; woman arrested
    WASHINGTON - A woman was taken into custody Monday after someone splashed paint on two chapels inside the Washington National Cathedral, the third such incident in the nation’s capital in four days. The Lincoln Memorial was defaced with paint...
  • Obama painting at Sacramento gallery defaced, will stay on display

    A painting depicting President Obama was defaced at an art gallery in the Sacramento area last weekend, and the gallery owner has vowed to keep the painting on display. The act of vandalism, which was reported by news station Fox40, occurred last week...
  • Review: It takes real drive to see 3-part John Divola retrospective

    Review: It takes real drive to see 3-part John Divola retrospective
    Are photographers vandals? Does the mere presence of a camera at an ordinary place or extraordinary event inevitably damage the experience of it, as vandalism does? Is photography a powerful creative tool for the willful destruction of established art,...
  • Justin Bieber suspected of egging neighbor's house, authorities say

    Justin Bieber suspected of egging neighbor's house, authorities say
    Justin Bieber is now a vandalism suspect, authorities said Friday, after a neighbor’s house in Calabasas was egged Thursday night. The neighbor called authorities about 7:40 p.m. claiming someone was pelting his home with eggs, said Los Angeles...
  • National monuments nearly clean of green paint vandalism

    WASHINGTON — Cleaning crews have nearly finished removing green paint splashed on several national landmarks, and a 58-year-old woman arrested in one incident is also suspected in the others, police said. The landmarks included the Lincoln...
  • Football: Taft High stadium is vandalized

    Football: Taft High stadium is vandalized
    On the eve of Friday night's Taft-Birmingham West Valley League football battle, Taft's stadium was vandalized and damage was estimated at more than $1,000 from graffiti and paint damage, assistant principal Neezer McNab said. Taft officials...
  • Pumpkins smashed in Forest Hill [Police blotter]

    Aberdeen Sigrid Eike Vigus, 74, of the first block of East Aztec Street, was charged Saturday with driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol and negligent driving. Natrice Jowana Parker, 29, of the first block...
  • Vehicles tagged with swastikas, racial slurs in Pacific Palisades

    Vehicles tagged with swastikas, racial slurs in Pacific Palisades
    Police are asking for the public’s help in finding the person or persons responsible for tagging seven cars in Pacific Palisades with swastikas and racial slurs on Sunday. Seven cars parked curbside in a 3-square-mile area north and south of...
  • 6 more arrests made in Huntington Beach summer surfing riot; total 20

    6 more arrests made in Huntington Beach summer surfing riot; total 20
    Huntington Beach police have arrested six additional suspects on charges related to the disturbance at the end of the U.S. Open of Surfing in July. According to a statement from police, the arrests bring to 20 the number of people who have been taken...
  • Popular tree at Hollywood-sign overlook vandalized

    Popular tree at Hollywood-sign overlook vandalized
    Hikers in Griffith Park were stunned this week when they discovered that an often-photographed tree at a scenic overlook near the Hollywood sign has been uprooted. "It's been torn from its roots and tossed on its side," said David Walstad, a Studio City...
  • Beecher's century-old mausoleum teetering on ruin

     Beecher's century-old mausoleum teetering on ruin
    Joseph Cloidt survived the Civil War battles of Bull Run and Gettysburg, serving at one point as bodyguard to President Abraham Lincoln. Arthur Hinze fought in Germany and France in World War I. And Raymond John Bielfeldt died of tuberculosis contracted...