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  • $5 million bond in vandalism of Lombard synagogue

    $5 million bond in vandalism of Lombard synagogue
    A Westmont man with a reported history of mental illness who authorities said had a cache of weapons and "thousands of rounds" of ammunition at his home was charged Friday with vandalizing a Lombard synagogue. John White, 40, of Tartan Lakes Drive,...
  • Deputies make arrest in string of Weston vandalism cases

    Deputies make arrest in string of Weston vandalism cases
    A 17-year-old boy accused of marking street signs and other property with spray paint now has a mark on his criminal record. The Broward Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday that deputies had arrested the teen after a witness identified him and provided...
  • Police: Arrest expected soon in vandalism at district judge's building

    Police: Arrest expected soon in vandalism at district judge's building
    Lehigh Township police said Wednesday they expect to make an arrest soon in a vandalism at a district judge's office. Police said the incident happened at the office of District Judge Robert Hawke at 4330 Lehigh Drive. In a news release issued Wednesday,...
  • Bill Cosby's Walk of Fame star vandalized with word 'rapist'

    Bill Cosby's Walk of Fame star vandalized with word 'rapist'
    Comedian Bill Cosby's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was vandalized on Friday with the word "rapist" written over it, after numerous women came forward in recent weeks alleging Cosby had sexually assaulted them in incidents dating back decades. The...
  • USC-UCLA rivalry week high jinks start up early

    USC-UCLA rivalry week high jinks start up early
    UCLA and USC students have been pulling pranks on each other for what seems like forever. UCLA dumped manure from a helicopter on the USC campus more than a half-century ago, and USC fans set 20,000 crickets free in a UCLA library. But for the last 30...
  • Police Files for Nov. 18

    Costa Mesa Harbor Boulevard: Grand theft was reported in the 3100 block at 8:25 a.m. Monday. Baker Street: Vandalism was reported in the 1500 block at 8:47 a.m. Monday. West 19th Street: Battery was reported in the 600 block at 9:01 a.m. Monday....
  • Police Files for Nov. 21

    Costa Mesa Peterson Place: Assault was reported in the 2700 block at 7:37 a.m. Thursday. Center Street: Vehicle burglary was reported in the 600 block at 7:44 a.m. Thursday. Bristol Street: Petty theft was reported in the 3300 block at 9:15 a.m....
  • Ferguson shop owner suffers a second time at hands of looters

    Sonny Dayan owns a cellphone store on West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, Mo. He trusted his neighbors and police to protect him, even after his shop was looted during earlier vandalism in the wake of the police killing of Michael Brown. On Monday...
  • Oakland police, CHP make arrests during Ferguson protests

    Oakland police, CHP make arrests during Ferguson protests
    Demonstrators in Oakland have blocked all lanes of Interstate 580, shutting down the highway while protesting the announcement that a Ferguson, Mo., police officer who killed an unarmed African American teenager will not be charged. So many people...
  • Norfolk man accused of vandalizing business after interstate police chase

    A Norfolk man was accused of vandalizing a local business after police said he was caught after a high-speed interstate chase Wednesday. Dominique D. Cherry, 26, of the 6300 block of Wailes Avenue, was charged with felony destruction of property and has...
  • Riot damage to Ferguson businesses could be covered with insurance

     Riot damage to Ferguson businesses could be covered with insurance
    The images were inescapable: businesses in Ferguson, Mo., damaged or destroyed by rioting in the wake of the Michael Brown grand jury decision. What happens now to those livelihoods? Small-business owners who had what are commonly called a "business...