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Vandalism

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  • Skate parks have one goal, different outcomes

    Throughout Carroll County, a number of municipalities have skate parks now reaching a decade or more in age, facilities installed for a variety of reasons with as many results. "Our skate park was built to give skaters their own place and their own park,"...
  • Bill raising NC graffiti punishment gets Senate's initial OK

    Tougher penalties for people who spray-paint or scribble on public or private property in North Carolina is nearing Gov. Pat McCrory's desk. The Senate gave tentative approval Tuesday to legislation creating a new crime called "graffiti vandalism" that...
  • Blotter: Batavia vehicles vandalized with bologna

    Blotter: Batavia vehicles vandalized with bologna
    The following items were gathered from police reports.. Batavia A vehicle had a hole punched in it sometime in the last week, it was reported May 22.. A customer at Hobby Lobby, 421 N. Randall Rd., failed to pay May 22 for five custom-cut mattes....
  • New monuments in place at New Lenox Veterans Memorial

    New monuments in place at New Lenox Veterans Memorial
    Restoration and improvements for the New Lenox Veterans Memorial that was vandalized late last year continued Sunday, and while a rededication with further enhancements isn't scheduled to take place until August, the memorial is ready for those who may...
  • Demonstration planned as Oakland cracks down on protesters

    Demonstration planned as Oakland cracks down on protesters
    A series of weekend protests in Oakland exposed the tensions between city leaders and demonstrators as they negotiate the delicate balance between public safety and civil liberties. Problems began May 1 when a peaceful rally against police brutality...
  • SHS may add cameras to buses

    SHS may add cameras to buses
    Stevenson High School may soon install cameras in its buses — a move a few other schools have already put in practice. "Behavior issues drop significantly," superintendent Eric Twadell told the School Board, "when the kids realize they're on...
  • Crime Report: Woman threatened with arrest by caller for missing jury duty, demands money

    La Cañada Flintridge May 12 Burglary, residence: 4500 block of Alta Canyada Road. A man working as the managing contractor on a property reported that sometime between 5:30 p.m. the day before and 7:30 a.m. that day, someone entered the location and...
  • U. of I. Alma Mater statue vandalized

    U. of I. Alma Mater statue vandalized
    Police at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign say they're investigating after someone defaced the Alma Mater statue with paint or chalk. Police spokesman Pat Wade told the (Champaign) News-Gazette that they received a report Monday...
  • Police Files for May 20

    Costa Mesa Logan Avenue: Grand theft was reported in the 1300 block at 10:45 p.m. Monday. Samar Drive: Residential burglary was reported in the 1800 block at 11 p.m. Monday. Fillmore Way: Vandalism was reported in the 100 block at 8:38 a.m. Tuesday....
  • LAPD officer in fatal Venice shooting was subject of criminal probe

    LAPD officer in fatal Venice shooting was subject of criminal probe
    A Los Angeles police officer who fatally shot an unarmed homeless man in Venice two weeks ago is a seven-year department veteran who was the subject of a criminal investigation for omitting witness statements in a police report, according to a district...
  • Judge lets high school senior vandals walk at graduation

    A Monongalia County circuit court judge granted 11 University High School seniors the ability to walk at graduation after a vandalism incident earlier this month, described as a prank in court documents. The Dominion Post (http://bit.ly/1JbvmKZ ) reports...