San Francisco is using a new tactic in its continuing battle against graffiti by suing the alleged taggers.
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.
Santa Rosa police have arrested a 17-year-old boy on suspicion of committing more than 70 acts of graffiti vandalism in Santa Rosa over the past year
A graffiti problem in San Jose has gotten not just bigger, it is super-sized – and much harder to clean up.
Two men were arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism at BART’s Richmond maintenance yard during the recent strike, and investigators are looking into whether they are responsible for other graffiti sprees that occurred throughout the system during the same time period.
Authorities are searching for several people suspected of vandalizing vacant BART stations while workers went on strike. The Glen Park station in San Francisco suffered the worst damage by taggers during the walkout.
Photos of You allows users to tag people on their pictures.
San Jose police were searching Wednesday for a graffiti tagging crew suspected of causing more than $50,000 in damage.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center has announced plans to file a complaint with federal regulators over a Facebook feature that scans photographs and identifies users’ faces without their consent.