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Vandalism

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  • Police Files for Aug. 21

    Thalia Street: Vandalism was reported in the 200 block at 8:17 a.m. Monday. A man reported rocks being thrown through a window. Broadway Street: A caller reported the theft of two bottles of sake from Whole Foods Market in the 200 block at 10:02 a.m....
  • Jeff Koons exhibition at Whitney Museum is vandalized

    A small section of the Jeff Koons retrospective exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art was vandalized Wednesday, but no works of art were damaged, according to the New York museum. A man threw red paint on a blank wall of the third floor of...
  • Protests again roil Ferguson, Mo., over Michael Brown shooting

    Protests racked this St. Louis suburb for a fifth straight night Wednesday as anger flared anew over the police killing of an unarmed young black man. Armored personnel carriers and officers wearing body armor and carrying assault rifles greeted...
  • San Bernardino officer struck by car while investigating vandalism

    San Bernardino officer struck by car while investigating vandalism
    A San Bernardino police officer was hospitalized with head and back injuries Monday night when an alleged drunk driver crashed into his squad car, department officials said. The incident occurred about 10:30 p.m. near 5th Street and Mt. Vernon Avenue...
  • Robbins library out of money, will close indefinitely

    Robbins library out of money, will close indefinitely
    Nineteen-year-old Germeisha McGee used the computers at the Robbins library to search for summer jobs because the community college student has no Internet access at home, like many in this south suburb of about 5,000 people. “There’s a...
  • Officials fix water main in time for concert

    A broken water main didn't stop the music in Fairview Park on Tuesday night. City crews repaired the plastic water main, which caused minor flooding in the park early Sunday, in time for the first show of the annual Concert in the Park series, Public...
  • Justin Bieber dodges charges in alleged phone snatching

    Justin Bieber dodges charges in alleged phone snatching
    Justin Bieber dodged criminal charges Monday related to an accusation by a woman that he tried to snatch her cell phone at a miniature golf course and batting cages center in Sherman Oaks. The Los Angeles City Attorney's office declined to file...
  • Suspect allegedly tags San Diego courtroom during his graffiti hearing

    A man accused of dozens of graffiti attacks in San Diego allegedly tagged the courtroom in which he was being prosecuted for vandalism. Francisco Canseco, 18, was arrested yet again -- this time by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department -- for...
  • Crescenta Valley Crime: Someone cut down a Pine tree at LCF Country Club

    La Cañada June 12 Vandalism: 5500 block of Godbey Drive. Someone from the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club contacted police to report that sometime between 9 p.m. Wednesday and 6 a.m. that day, someone had cut down a pine tree between the third and...
  • La Cañada Crime: Obscenity etched onto hood of BMW

    La Cañada May 27 Vandalism: 2100 block of La Cañada Crest Drive. A man came to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station to report that, sometime between 11 p.m. the previous day and 7 a.m. that morning, someone had etched an obscenity into the...
  • State police take over security in Ferguson, Mo., with 'softer' stance

    After several nights of tense street confrontations, state and federal authorities stepped in Thursday to curb the aggressive tactics of local police against demonstrators protesting the police shooting of an unarmed black teenager. Missouri Gov. Jay...