An 18-year-old man arrested for allegedly tagging at San Francisco’s Mission Dolores Park and the surrounding neighborhoods with graffiti is facing 29 counts of vandalism.
A man believed to be responsible for more than 100 instances of vandalism in Watsonville alone was arrested at his home Thursday afternoon.
Starting on Monday, a San Rafael park will be closed for 30 days to address “health and security issues” that have come up from illegal activity, according to city officials.
Businesses on Telegraph Avenue were hit hardest following a second night of protests in Oakland over the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri.
Unruly World Series Revelers Vandalize San Francisco Nonprofit, Cause Thousands Of Dollars In Damage
Smack in the middle of San Francisco’s Mission district where thousands of Giants fans took to the streets following a World Series victory last night, vandals among the celebrants attacked a nonprofit neighborhood center.
Graffiti Artist Defaces Yosemite & Other National Parks, Posts Possibly Incriminating Images On Instagram
A graffiti artist who is accused of defacing national parks across five states has posted evidence of the acts on social media sites, and federal investigators are trying to track the suspect down.
Vandals struck the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park this weekend for the second time this month.
The alley is a two-block stretch of dirt, potholes and forgotten history — all of it owned by the City of San Jose.
An abandoned bank in Oakland’s Temescal District has become the canvas for taggers. A candidate for Oakland mayor has decided to turn it into campaign headquarters.
A group of African American BART workers said they found racist, threatening graffiti on their lockers, and don’t feel safe at work.