SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — San Francisco police are looking for vandals tipped who flipped over three Smart Cars in two different neighborhoods early Monday morning.
Lawns in a San Jose neighborhood aren’t brown because of California’s drought. According to residents, vandals have been poisoning lawns in a new kind of crime wave.
Vandals have targeted one of the Bay Area’s wealthiest communities and their handiwork has gotten the attention of the FBI.
San Francisco police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two people who vandalized a Municipal Railway bus in the heart of the city’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood last month.
Copper thieves have vandalized more than a dozen street lights in Morgan Hill, stripping away around 2,700 feet of copper wiring.
In the San Francisco 49ers regular season swan song of Candlestick Park Monday night, at least one person was hurt and several others were arrested, a police sergeant said.
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.
Six people were arrested on charges they were among hundreds of young party-goers who trashed a former NFL player’s vacation home, and police said more arrests were expected.
Two San Jose boys are suspected of shattering the windows of at least a dozen vehicles on U.S. Highway 101 in San Jose earlier this week with a BB or pellet gun, California Highway Patrol officials said Friday.