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  • Laguna crime statistics paint rosier picture

    Violent crime decreased throughout Laguna Beach in 2013, according to police statistics released Thursday. Three rapes, five robberies, 31 aggravated assaults and no homicides were reported last year, a 30% decline over 2012. The 39 offenses represent...
  • Bomb-making items allegedly tied to Glendale assault suspect

    Bomb-making items allegedly tied to Glendale assault suspect
    Investigators recovered bomb-making materials this week inside a big rig, which they reportedly linked to a Glendale man who was being investigated for assaulting his ex-girlfriend with a sledgehammer, police said. Prosecutors charged Hambardzum...
  • Man, 18, suspected of extensive graffiti vandalism in Vista, Calif.

    SAN DIEGO -- An 18-year-old man suspected of being a prolific graffiti vandal in Vista, Calif., has been arrested, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said Friday. The 303 acts of graffiti vandalism that the man, Bladimir Lopez, has been linked to...
  • Identity theft reported in Aberdeen [Harford police blotter]

    Identity theft reported in Aberdeen [Harford police blotter]
    Aberdeen Melvin Terrance Allen, 30, of the 200 block of South Parke Street, was arrested on a bench warrant Friday in a case in which he was charged with traffic-related violations including driving while his license was suspended and operating a...
  • La Cañada crime: Glass door shattered at Flintridge Pharmacy

    La Cañada Flintridge Feb. 27 Vandalism: 4400 block of Oak Grove Drive. A member of school security contacted police so a student's mother could report an act of vandalism to report to her vehicle's insurance company. On Nov. 19, the woman reported,...
  • Miami artist sorry he took his anger out on $1-million Ai Weiwei vase

    Miami artist sorry he took his anger out on $1-million Ai Weiwei vase
    If you've got an artistic message to get across, you can always try picking up a $1-million vase and smashing it to the ground.   Officials say that's what happened at a Miami museum over the weekend when a local artist destroyed part of an installation...
  • Costa Mesa repeals its sex-offender ban

    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday night agreed to repeal an ordinance that banned registered sex offenders from city parks without law enforcement permission. The council's unanimous vote comes after state appellate court rulings against similar...
  • Vandals put noose on Ole Miss statue of James Meredith; he speaks out

    James Meredith, a civil rights icon whose enrollment at the University of Mississippi broke a racial barrier in 1962, has one thing to say to the vandals who desecrated his campus statue by putting a noose around its neck and draping it with a...
  • Ole Miss wants 3 students charged in James Meredith noose case

    University of Mississippi police are pushing for criminal charges to be filed against three 19-year-old male freshmen suspected of placing a noose and a flag with a Confederate battle emblem on the campus statue of civil rights icon James Meredith....
  • Hundreds of Anne Frank books defaced in Tokyo libraries

    Hundreds of Anne Frank books defaced in Tokyo libraries
    Vandals have been systematically defacing copies of books by and about Anne Frank in public libraries in Tokyo, according to Japanese media reports Friday. More than 250 copies Anne Frank's "The Diary of a Young Girl" and other books about the Dutch...
  • Beecher's century-old mausoleum teetering on ruin

     Beecher's century-old mausoleum teetering on ruin
    Joseph Cloidt survived the Civil War battles of Bull Run and Gettysburg, serving at one point as bodyguard to President Abraham Lincoln. Arthur Hinze fought in Germany and France in World War I. And Raymond John Bielfeldt died of tuberculosis contracted...