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Brentwood Vandalism cases spiraling alarmingly

At the town meeting police attended by over three dozen residents held this week, the distressed residents of Brentwood voiced their concern on the rising instances of vandalism including trashing of parks, loitering, and violating curfews. Scuffles between drug peddlers and youth have become quite regular in these areas, which often lead to stabbing and body blows. At the end of the meeting police Chief Mark Evenson ensured the community that vandalism will be cracked. Bike patrols will be introduced to Marsh Creek Regional Trail over the next couple of weeks and constant vigil will be set up to track down the loiterers at the Veterans Park and to monitor illegal skateboarding.

Vandalism cases on the rise in Bloomington!

Vandalism instance have shown a steady surge in Bloomington, giving sleepless nights to the residents and the police force. Many instances of vandalism have been reported in the last few days. Instances like breaking the wind shields of parked cars, scribbling derogatory remarks, deflating car tires and damaging rain guards have been regularly reported by anguished residents. In yet another case of vandalism, a caller reported a strange substance near a bank ATM, which was safely eliminated by the officers.

Enid coping up with the constant problem of vandalism

The Enid Police, which tries to tackle the nagging problem of vandalism, says that it can be curbed only with the active involvement of the community. Lt. Eric Holtzclaw has asked the local community to be more responsible in tackling these issues. The latest incident of vandalism involved the Leonardo's Lunchbox Concession Stand at Adventure Quest, which was damaged apart from causing damage to the security cameras and playground area, causing a total damage of $2,550, which as per the Oklahoma law, can get the vandals jail. The Enid city code also considers vandalism as B class offence though it has not been an effective deterrent in checking vandalism.

Racial vandalism in Idaho

A pick up truck belonging to a Jordanian Muslim has been vandalized with spray painted swastikas and abusive markings with racial overtones to make the sixth hate crime in the Inland North west in the last 6 months. This latest incident of vandalism occurred in a downtown area of the city. The owner of the pick up van, Haitham Joudeh was in downtown in connection with his friend's birthday party and he left behind his black Ford F350 downtown to take a ride back home with his friends. Joudeh who was born in Idaho now fear for his life at this state, which he has always considered his home.

Riverside Elementary School at the receiving end of senseless vandalism

Riverside Elementary School in the town of Ringle at Marathon County has been vandalized five weekends at a stretch. The vandals caused damage to the window glass panes, light fittings, parking signs and flying disc golf rings apart from littering the school grounds. The investigation agencies have requested the public's help to round up the culprits. If anyone has any information about the vandals can call at 1-800-559-4203 and their identity will be held confidential. The informers will also be suitably rewarded.

Security alert at school due to suspicious graffiti

Cumberland: Additional security forces were rushed to the Cumberland High School after being alerted on suspicious graffiti, which also resulted in the cancellation of afternoon and evening activities at the school the day before. Superintendent Donna Morelle said that there were restrictions in carrying pocketbooks and backpacks for the students on Friday and they were asked to bring their school items in a transparent plastic bag. Though the police conducted a thorough search, nothing wary was found. On Monday also the school was evacuated following suspicious graffiti and the classes were dismissed early.

Hate crime graph shoots up in Calgary

Calgary has been witnessing regular incidents of anti-Semitic graffiti and hate crimes. Racist messages and swastikas were seen painted in many locations including the walls of Sundance Elementary School and several Jewish properties, including synagogues and a Holocaust memorial. However, investigators feel that it is not just a case of vandalism but something more complex because in both the cases, damage to synagogues, was involved according to Const. Brian Denison. Meanwhile, the police have released surveillance camera images that depict a man under suspicious conditions in front of the Chabad Lubavitch centre in the Woodbine neighborhood. If convicted the vandals would get 10 years prison term for vandalizing the Jewish properties.

School Funds to enhance School Safety features

Denver, CO: It has been decided that the School Safety Partners will provide 10-25% matching grants and financial consulting to make the schools safer. The newly devised School Safety Fund can be used to improve the overall safety aspects of the school including prevention and preparedness. This city based volunteer group has tied up with the leading tax-credit bond firm and investment bankers of McLiney And Company, specializing in school funding. The funds if utilized properly would ensure a sea change in the safety parameters of schools all over the US.

Juvenile vandalism on the rise

Salem: In yet another shocking instance of juvenile vandalism, three students were caught for vandalizing a Salem apartment complex, and pointing a shot gun at the complainant. The incident took place at an apartment complex in the 3100 block of 7th Place NE, according to Salem Police Lt. Dave Okada. When the complainant tried to face up the students, one of them pulled out a handgun. The police acted on the tip off quickly and rounded off all three suspects from a house in Shangri-La Ave, where they were hiding. A stolen .45 semi-automatic handgun was also recovered from the house. Investigation is progressing.


Girad school at the receiving end of Juvenile vandalism

A Girad School remained closed for two days due to the bomb threats and vandalism carried out allegedly by three high school students. The students who were not identified will be served a 10 day suspension before an expulsion hearing on Dec 2nd before the school board. Windows and glass doors were smashed and bomb threats were spray painted on the walls. A Girard police spokesman said that charges are being framed through the Macoupin County state's attorney's office even though none has been arrested so far. The vandals would be slapped with many charges including a felony charge for causing deliberate damage to state-supported property.

Southwell – groping with the menace of graffiti

Southwell has of late been witnessing growing instances of vandalism. This issue was taken up by the town's Safer Neighbourhood Group chairman Mr. Peter Harris, who opined that War Memorial Recreation Ground and the area around the former Church Street site of the Minster School had to bear the brunt of graffiti the most. The community expressed its concerns on the growing instances of graffiti on private buildings. Cleaning- up operations are not just costly but also could be damaging to the brick structure of the old buildings in the locality as many a time strong chemicals and metal brushes are involved in the cleaning up operations.

A corner store doubles up as a community nuisance

This nondescript corner store of EZ market might not grab your attention had it not been for the milling crowd of noisy loiterers around this spot. The local community wants nothing short of closing down the store while the store owner says it is a law and order issue; while the Police say that the owner needs to keep a tab on the happenings outside the business. As the blame game continues, the hapless residents of the College Hill are forced to put up with thefts, crimes and burglaries. The absence of any loitering laws in Cincinnati, makes it even more difficult to curb this nuisance.

Dallas restaurant defaced with Anti-Semitic graffiti

The family-run kosher restaurant of Natalie's Kitchen, at North Dallas was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti. However the owner Natalie Pinhas had a surprise when scores of folks from Irving Church came to dine at this restaurant to show their solidarity and to convey the message that hatred and religious intolerance has no place in a civilized society. "We wanted to do something to show that we are very much against hatred in any way," said Pastor Larry Huch. The investigation is on by the Dallas Police Department's North Central Patrol Investigative Unit.

South Florida Jewish Centre vandalized

A Jewish community center at Coral Springs, South Florida was defaced with swastikas spray painted along with derogatory phrases like the "Jews shall die". The Executive Director of the center, Donald Graw opined that vandalism is "a despicable act by a coward or cowards." Mean while the Florida Anti-Defamation League has come up with a $1,000 reward for any useful information that might help in arresting the culprits.

How safe are the city's Public schools?

New York— Recently the City Hall witnessed a rally involving students, parents and activists, held in support of the Student Safety Act, which is still hanging fire. This legislation is expected to bring greater transparency in the functioning of the department of education and NYPD. The proposed law stipulates quarterly reporting on any incidents involving the arrest, expulsion or suspension of students apart from the race, sex and disability status of the students. Though the Bloomberg administration claims that NYPD's surveillance mechanism has resulted in substantial reduction of crime rates in the city schools, there are complaints of alleged high handedness of the police.

Rise in Graffiti cases in Hillsboro

Graffiti is a social menace, an abnormal behavior to grab attention or a prank. This latest incident in Hillsboro involved four teenaged boys who were charged with more than 20 cases of graffiti. They were caught while tagging mailboxes with their pet names and other markings. Most of them were in the age group of 16-17 who were indulging in Halloween tagging in an area along the border of Tualatin Valley Highway, 15th Street, and Main and Maple streets. Police do not suspect this to be a case of organized gang tagging but an isolated case of graffiti.

Confederate Monument vandalized

Augusta: The Confederate Monument on Broad Street was vandalized by two men on Sunday, 8th November. A reward of $1,000 was announced by the Brigadier General E. Porter Alexander of Camp #158 and Sons of Confederate Veterans for any information that can lead to the arrest of the vandals. If you have any information regarding this, please call 706-821-1080 to reach the Richmond County Sheriff's Office.

Schools struck by vandalism

Vicksburg-Warren School has been hit with vandalism when two men broke windows and caused damage to the building. This school has over 9000 students in its rolls and is the sixth largest School in the State. A few days back, the storage shed of the school band was also set fire using gasoline by miscreants. The vandalism at Vicksburg High came to light when a janitor who stayed back late after a basketball game was alerted by the loud noises upstairs who saw the two masked men fleeing on seeing him. The surveillance tapes of the schools are being investigated for any possible clues.


Vandalism in nature parks

 

Boulder city, Nevada: Incidents of vandalism and illegal use of vehicles in the wilderness spots around Lake Mead national Recreation Area have been reported. To check this menace, the police have stepped up its vigil. Many spots in the Black canyon and along The Colorado River have become haven for vandals who take pleasure in illegal dumping, bonfires and target shooting. Visitors are asked not to leave anything behind to protect the natural beauty of these sites. The park rangers are hopeful of promoting a sense of responsibility among the visitors in this site.

Managing vandalism – a costly option

The city of Cookeville was up in arms against vandalism that left this city in chaos. A concrete wall on West 9th Street was smeared in graffiti on Thursday night much to the anguish of the community. The public works department had to spend many hours to remove this eyesore. It was a costly clean up operation which involved the labor of many city workers who were taken off their routine productive work to get rid of this graffiti. Any one who comes across such incidents of vandalism can inform the Police department or the sheriff department.

Managing vandalism – a costly option

The city of Cookeville was up in arms against vandalism that left this city in chaos. A concrete wall on West 9th Street was smeared in graffiti on Thursday night much to the anguish of the community. The public works department had to spend many hours to remove this eyesore. It was a costly clean up operation which involved the labor of many city workers who were taken off their routine productive work to get rid of this graffiti. Any one who comes across such incidents of vandalism can inform the Police department or the sheriff department.

Vandalism on the rise as Christmas draws in

The Christmas gaiety and festivities were scarred by vandalism in Cuero as two cases were reported during the city's annual Christmas in the Park. The police have announced a reward of $2500 dollars to any one who can provide information about the possible convicts. Night patrol has been beefed up and officers on foot and golf carts are posted in the park throughout the night to prevent any untoward incidents. According to Cuero Police Sgt. Sam Saunders, presentations are also being done for school students in intermediate and high school levels to prevent the incidents of juvenile vandalism.

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