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  • Police Describe Suspect In Hartford Vandalism Spree

    Police Describe Suspect In Hartford Vandalism Spree
    HARTFORD — Police have a description of a man who went on a glass-smashing vandalism spree at more than half a dozen locations, including the Mark Twain House and Museum, along Farmington Avenue overnight Wednesday into Thursday. Police looked...
  • LAPD horse marked with silver graffiti at Venice Beach

    LAPD horse marked with silver graffiti at Venice Beach
    A Los Angeles Police Department horse was vandalized with silver graffiti this week while patrolling Venice Beach. The horse named Charly was working a crime suppression detail at Venice Beach on Tuesday when a suspect marked its hindquarters with...
  • Charges in Oak Forest vandalism spree

    Charges in Oak Forest vandalism spree
    An 18-year-old Posen man has been charged in connection with an April 10 vandalism spree that caused damage to fields at three Oak Forest parks, three schools and the lawns of two houses. Joseph Biesiada, 14341 Cleveland Ave., is charged with eight...
  • Chop Chop Chinaman: Catchy restaurant name or 'hate crime'?

    Chop Chop Chinaman: Catchy restaurant name or 'hate crime'?
    Feb. 17 was an otherwise quiet evening for Chicago Police District 19 in Lakeview East. The crime incidents report showed a motor vehicle theft in the 300 block of West Barry Avenue, an attempt to cash a counterfeit check at a credit union in the 3200...
  • REVIEW: 'This Is Modern Art' at Steppenwolf Theatre

    REVIEW: 'This Is Modern Art' at Steppenwolf Theatre
    Is graffiti a legitimate artistic expression accessible to the otherwise excluded, or criminal vandalism that is the scourge of a great city? Good question. Alas, not one that the Steppenwolf Theatre Company is asking its young audiences. Who has...
  • Masked mourners smash windows in trendy Pittsburgh neighborhood

    Authorities in western Pennsylvania say marchers who were part of a vigil for a man who had recently died put on masks and ran through an upscale Pittsburgh neighborhood, smashing windows on shops and cars. Officials said about 30 people who were...
  • Church withdraws bid for Lew Wallace

    Church withdraws bid for Lew Wallace
    A local church has withdrawn its $100,000 offer to purchase the shuttered Lew Wallace High School, dashing plans to transform it into a community center. The move came after five months of negotiations with the cash-strapped Gary school district that...
  • Bowie police step up patrols of commuter lot

    Bowie police have stepped up patrols and posted signs alerting commuters to be careful after a series of car break-ins and vandalism in February and March at the Northview Park & Ride lot on Route 197 near the Regal Cinemas. The free lot, which has...
  • Chop Chop vandalism hearing delayed until April 28

    Chop Chop vandalism hearing delayed until April 28
    A court hearing over a vandalism case in Lakeview — where a woman smeared lipstick on a restaurant window because she found its name objectionable — was postponed on Tuesday until April 28. The case was pushed back in part because the...
  • UConn Students Rally Against Vandalism Of LGBTQ-Focused Exhibit

    UConn Students Rally Against Vandalism Of LGBTQ-Focused Exhibit
    HARTFORD — When an LGBTQ-focused photography exhibit was set up inside the UConn Student Union last month, members of the university's Rainbow Center for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students thought it was a...
  • District 39 candidate alleges sign vandalism, thefts

    District 39 candidate alleges sign vandalism, thefts
    Campaign signs sliced, destroyed, alleges Wilmette School District 39 candidate A relatively quiet Wilmette School District 39 campaign hit a bump in the last 48 hours before the April 7 election, when one school board candidate said she discovered...