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Vandalism

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  • Blotter: Pool deck vandalized in Woodridge

    Woodridge The following items were taken from Woodridge police reports: A purse was taken from an unattended shopping cart on the 2500 block of 87th Street around 11:30 a.m. May 1. A rear license plate was removed from a parked vehicle in the 7300...
  • Attorney: Court orders release of anti-nuclear nun, two others

     Attorney: Court orders release of anti-nuclear nun, two others
    A federal appeals court has ordered the immediate release of an 85-year-old nun and two fellow Catholic peace activists who vandalized a uranium storage bunker, their attorney said Friday. The order came after the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in...
  • Police Files

    Through Street: Burglary was reported in the 500 block at 8:04 a.m. Monday. A television, silverware and coffee maker were reported stolen from a house. Balboa Avenue: Grand theft was reported in the 700 block at 11:06 a.m. Monday. A woman said $250,000...
  • 710 Freeway reopens in East L.A. after armed man surrenders

    710 Freeway reopens in East L.A. after armed man surrenders
    The 710 Freeway in East Los Angeles reopened Thursday morning after an hourlong closure while sheriff's deputies searched for an armed man loose on foot. Aerial news video showed the suspect being taken into custody a little after 9:30 a.m. The man,...
  • Long Beach police officer ID'd in fatal shooting of 19-year-old

    Long Beach police officer ID'd in fatal shooting of 19-year-old
    A veteran of the Long Beach Police Department was identified Tuesday as the officer who fatally shot an unarmed 19-year-old last month while responding to a reported vandalism, authorities said. The Long Beach Police Department said Jeffrey A. Meyer,...
  • Two arrested on suspicion of arson, vandalism

    Two men were arrested early Saturday morning after allegedly vandalizing two cars with a portable propane torch and a tire iron, officials said. Around 2:30 a.m., officers were called to the area of Harvard Street and Chevy Chase Drive, where two men...
  • Police Investigating 'Vandalism' At Windsor High Track

    WINDSOR — Police are investigating possible vandalism of the high school track after a fire damaged a portion of the foam surface resulting in a track meet scheduled for Tuesday being postponed and relocated, according to school officials....
  • Many riot-damaged stores considered vital to their communities

    Many riot-damaged stores considered vital to their communities
    The day after rioting damaged scores of Baltimore businesses, Dwayne Weaver found his small pharmacy on West North Avenue in a shambles, the doors smashed and the glass shattered. Looters had emptied bins of prescriptions drugs, stolen the fax machine...
  • Piece of stolen bronze Margate statue honoring military recovered after being sold for scrap

    Piece of stolen bronze Margate statue honoring military recovered after being sold for scrap
    The thief who sliced off part of a statue meant to honor America's fallen sold the pieces to a Fort Lauderdale scrap yard for $38, Margate police said Wednesday. Someone vandalized the Veterans Memorial statue at Veterans Park, 7044 NW First St., on...
  • There's no place for graffiti in America's national parks

     There's no place for graffiti in America's national parks
    City dwellers can argue over whether graffiti is vandalism or art or some strange hybrid of the two. But when it appears in national parks, there should be no question: It's desecration. Over the last several years, across the 400 parks that fall...
  • After the Riots: City Paper's dispatches from the days after violence exploded in Penn-North and downtown last week

    After the Riots: City Paper's dispatches from the days after violence exploded in Penn-North and downtown last week
    April 28, 2015 It is not clear yet whether Tuesday is the day after, or Day Two. Police spokesman Captain J. Eric Kowalczyk says 235 people were arrested last night, all but 34 of them adults. There were 144 vehicle fires and 19 fires in structures....