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    THIS is the shocking moment a graffiti vandal sprays "MOVE" on cars blocking a path of prams and wheelchairs. The senseless thug then smashed a Ford Fiesta's windows during a twisted midnight rampage on several motors. 9The cars that got a daubing and had their windows smashed appear to be partially parked on the pavement in Leigh, Greater ManchesterCredit: Andy Kelvin / Kelvinmedia 9The vandal - seen to the right of the CCTV - sprays 'MOVE' on cars blocking a path of prams and wheelchairs during the attackCredit: Andy Kelvin / Kelvinmedia 9Joyce Smith said she only had her black Fiesta a month before it was daubed in paint and smashed upCredit: Andy Kelvin / Kelvinmedia Joyce Smith, 70, said she's only had the black Fiesta a month after her last car was written off when smashed into by car thieves. The "appalled" retired office worker told The Sun: "We have no idea why we have been targeted. "We have parked there for months and nobody has said anything. "Where we park is not anyone’s property just a bit of...
    Police have arrested a man in connection to recent antisemitic vandalism in Pikesville, authorities say. Benjamin Katz, 31, was arrested and charged in connection to the vandalism in the 10800 block of Greenspring Avenue, according to Baltimore County police. As previously reported by Daily Voice, a swastika and the word "Cox", which is believed to be a reference to Governor candidate Dan Cox, were spray-painted on a group of mailboxes. Republican Candidate Dan Cox responded, condemning the act. Police have been investigating a string of vandalisms in the Pikesville precinct, initially taking a report for the destruction of a political endorsement sign on Thursday, July 21. At least five other incidents at the same location occurred, each one more extensive than the last. Katz has been charged with multiple counts of malicious destruction, along with littering, and the use of a hate symbol.
    A 30-year-old Montgomery County man was arrested for spray painting the word “groomer” on a pair of libraries in Prince George’s counties. Charles Sutherland, of Takoma Park, is believe to have vandalized the buildings on June 4 at the Greenbelt Branch Library, and June 9 at the  New Carrollton Branch Library, Prince George’s County Police said. Sutherland is charged with two counts of malicious destruction of property and multiple hate crimes related to defacing the building. He has confessed to the incidents. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app (search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.) Please refer to case number 22-0028883.  
    LOWER MANHATTAN (WABC) -- Police are searching for the man accused of a hateful vandalism spree in Lower Manhattan.Video shows the vandal drawing a swastika on a pillar at City Hall at the corner of Beekman Street and Park Row.It happened Monday, December 13 at 6:30 p.m.Police say the next night, on December 14 at 10:09 p.m., the same man spray painted a swastika on the Charging Bull statue. He was spotted fleeing northbound on Morris Street.He's also accused of drawing three swastikas on the wall of a construction site on Maiden Lane back on December 3.The vandal is described as a man with a light complexion who was last seen wearing a black/gray poncho, black backpack, black jeans and multicolored sneakers.Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).ALSO READ | Shortage of Santa impersonators due to COVID worries comes as demand is at all time highEMBED More News Videos As Christmas approaches, demand for Santa is at an all time high, but...
    More On: arrests Rep. Joyce Beatty detained by Capitol Police during voting rights protest Movie producer accused of running ‘far-reaching’ prostitution ring Hero Army vet was shielding kids when struck by stray bullet in NYC Man says he beat teen with belt, left him to die in NYC bathtub He’s in deep “s–t” now. A Brooklyn man was busted early Thursday for allegedly spray-painting the expletive on at least five NYPD vehicles — after getting caught carrying a can of paint still wet from the spree, police sources said. Kenneth Anderson, 39, was spotted outside the 75th Precinct station house in East New York around 1:20 a.m. by officers who felt he was acting suspiciously, sources said. When they asked to speak with him, Anderson took off running, according to the insiders. The cops caught up to Anderson a short distance away, and eyed a bulge inside a bag he was carrying that they feared to be a firearm. But when they peered inside the bag, they instead found a hammer and a can of black spray paint that...
    8 states see a rise in infection rates, 29% of Republicans dont want vaccine - yet: Live COVID-19 updates Unruly flyers who refused masks could be fined as much as $15,500, FAA says Picture this scenario in VALORANT: You load into the buy phase with just the right amount of Creds for heavy armor, a couple of abilities, and, most importantly, a rifle. But which gun do you choose: Phantom or Vandal? © Provided by Dot Esports Here’s how the two guns stack up against each other. Phantom © Provided by Dot Esports Image via Riot Games Stats Cost: 2,900 Fire mode: Fully automatic Head damage: 156, 140, 124 Body damage: 39, 35, 31 Leg damage: 33, 29, 26 Range: 15/30/50 meters Magazine size: 30 Fire rate: 11 Tap Efficiency: 4 Penetration: Medium Pros of the Phantom Fast fire rate Silenced Thrives in close to medium range encounters Controllable spray pattern Large magazine Suppressed fire No bullet tracers Better spray transfer Cons of...
    More On: graffiti Cops on the lookout for NYC spray-paint menace who has defaced 65 vehicles Central Park monument gets cleaned up after night of vandalism ‘F—k Columbus’ graffiti found on statue after barricades removed BLM protesters leave trail of anti-cop graffiti after demonstration Looks like, now, the letter “A” stands for “arrest.” A graffiti vandal who allegedly scrawled crudely drawn letter “A’s” on the side of nearly two dozen cars in Queens was busted Friday, cops said. Herberto Torres, 57, — who has 43 prior arrests — was hit with 46 counts of making graffiti and criminal mischief after being arrested at 12:15 a.m. Friday, cops said.  He allegedly spray-painted multiple cars with letter “A” — which is a nickname he goes by, according to authorities and police sources.  The alleged graffiti bandit was tracked to an autobody shop where he worked, because one of the customer’s vehicles was used in the crimes, sources said. After his arrest he was let free on a desk appearance ticket, sources said. Cops tallied 65 graffiti incidents dating back...
    More On: hate crimes NYPD investigates two more anti-Asian bias assaults in Big Apple Person arrested for attacking Asian woman with hammer in NYC City Council passes bill to double fine for vandalism of houses of worship Men charged with murdering Ahmaud Arbery plead not guilty to hate crime A Coney Island mosque was vandalized with the words “Death to Palestine” overnight Thursday — the final day of Ramadan, police said. The hateful message was found scrawled in blue spray paint near the front door of Tayba Islamic Center on Coney Island Avenue around 6:45 a.m., cops said. “When we get there, we see some kind of anti-Muslim graffiti spray-painted on the door,” a police source said. Thursday is Eid al-Fitr, one of the holiest days of the year marking the end of fasting of Ramadan. The Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating, cops said. The apparent bias attack comes amid ongoing protests in the Big Apple over the Israel-Palestine conflict — and weeks after a vandal used stones to break windows at several Bronx Jewish centers. The Jewish...
    A teen vandalizing a hospital and park in Northampton County was spotted and apprehended by a vigilant mayor. The unnamed teen caught West Easton Mayor Dan DePaul’s eye while he was looking out the window overlooking Niko Park. westeastonpa.com reports. “I saw a person walking alone, wearing a mask, carrying what looked like a cane, and something else in his other hand, enter the park and make his way to a garbage bin,” DePaul told the outlet. “He looked into the bin, took the lid off, then lifted the liner up, spilling the garbage onto the ground. He then exited the park, running toward Wilson Borough,” the mayor said. Since the teen left the jurisdiction, DePaul quickly got into his car and followed him, tracking him down on 20th Street, where he noticed a can of spray paint in his hand. “He painted the letters, ‘EBK’ onto the rear entrance of the hospital building,” DePaul said. The teen was arrested once DePaul contacted police and issued citations for graffiti.
    More On: vandalism Portland protesters hit cops with snowballs, break businesses’ windows Sacramento mayor blasts protesters who vandalized his home: ‘Anarchy’ Video shows M train totally defaced with graffiti Veteran New York judge resigns after keying town official’s car A vandal spray-painted a swastika and a racist message on an NYU building earlier this month, cops said. The suspect targeted the university’s Tisch Hall on 40 West 4th St. around 11:15 a.m. Feb. 6, leaving the disturbing symbol and anti-black language on the side of the building, police said. Police did not have the exact wording of the hateful message. The vandal took off, heading north on Greene Street, cops said. Police released a photo of him late Wednesday, describing him as between 5-foot-8 and 5-foot-10. He was last seen wearing a dark colored snorkel jacket, dark blue jeans, black sneakers and a newsboy cap. Filed under anti-semitism ,  nyu ,  racism ,  vandalism ,  2/18/21
    SAN ANTONIO – When Tom Cox put his political pride on display this election season, he never expected the reactions and acts of retaliation he has been receiving. Cox decorated his lawn in the Oak Hollow Park subdivision that he shares with his partner of more than three decades with signs, showing their support for their chosen candidates in the upcoming election. Recently, though, someone with a can of spray-paint has been pitching in with some unwelcome additions, messages that Cox fears are becoming more and more threatening.Tom Cox says he believes his flag may be what is setting off a tagger who has targeted his home three times this month. (KSAT 12 News)“It just, it makes me nervous,” Cox said. “My husband and I have been together going on 31 years, so we’ve lived through a lot together.” Never before, Cox said, have they seen the kind of trouble that is creeping closer to their front door with each incident.This was the first of the three messages that Tom Cox says a vandal spray-painted outside his home. (KSAT 12...
    SOUTHLAKE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – For the second time since the beginning of this school year, someone tagged Carroll ISD school buildings with spray paint — this time at Carroll High School and Durham Intermediate School. “To be clear, this crime is classified as a state jail felony offense due to the extent of the graffiti,” the Southlake Police Department said in a news release Thursday night. “The Southlake Police Department takes the investigation of these crimes very seriously. We are currently working with our law enforcement partner agencies to identify, locate and hold accountable the individual responsible for these acts.” Carroll ISD vandalism suspect (credit: Southlake PD) The police department said it filed a similar case of vandalism at Carroll Senior High School with the Tarrant County Juvenile District Attorney’s Office earlier this year, “and we are committed to the same result with the crime that occurred this morning.” Southlake Police are asking for the community’s help to identify the suspect in the photo. Anyone with information related to this crime can contact Crime Analyst, Diana Smith, at (817) 748-8915...
    Footage posted online this week captured the moment a vandal sprayed graffiti outside a Lower Manhattan courthouse, right under the noses of several cops — who do nothing but watch. The video, posted by the Sergeants’ Benevolent Association on Tuesday and taken in broad daylight, shows the man tagging the base of a lamppost in front of the Surrogate’s Courthouse at 31 Chambers Street, which had already been vandalized amid Occupy City Hall protests last week. After the man finished his scrawl, he strolled away, as three cops on the corner — and four on the next block — stand idle. “Watch this carefully, it’s not another frustrated COVID-19 excuse by de Blasio,” the SBA tweeted. “Nor is it an aspiring artist at work. You are watching a graffiti vandal add to the destruction of a NYC building just a short distance from City Hall and yes the NYPD is not allowed to make the arrest.” Last week, however, cops did arrest one courthouse vandal. Dominique Tombeau, 18, of Brooklyn, was taken into custody around 2:40 a.m. June 30...
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