Articles Tagged with vandalism

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Two men are facing charges after they were reportedly found on protected land while carrying tools and pieces of rock.

It is reported that 30-year-old Jack Boyland has been searching for fossils since he was a preteen growing up in New Jersey. He has been a member of the Delaware Valley Paleontological Society in Philadelphia. Boyland has also shared some of the relics he has found with a scientist at Columbia University.

In a media interview in 2019, Boyland shared that he has a tad of Native American blood, and that “fossil hunting is kind of like connecting with my heritage in a way.”

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A suspect is facing a felony charge after allegedly using a power tool to carve a slogan associated with QAnon into a 4000-year-old tablet at America’s Stonehenge in New Hampshire.

America’s Stonehenge sits in Salem, New Hampshire.

According to the official website, the more than 4000-year-old historic anomaly contains a “maze of man-made chambers, walls and ceremonial meeting places” that are constructed in stone.

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An intoxicated man from Massachusetts allegedly let himself into the zoo after hours so he could visit with the monkeys.

On June 2, when the employees at the Capron Park Zoo in Attleboro, which is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reported for work in the morning they believed someone had been on the premises after hours the previous night.

The workers reportedly found that one of the boats used for reaching two islands that house the lemur exhibit had been disturbed.

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While a semi-truck carrying wine was moving down the highway, a man in his underpants allegedly jumped on board and shimmied underneath where he reportedly opened a valve and began drinking the vino as it spilled out.

On May 5, a Cherokee Freight Lines trucker carrying a sizeable tank of red wine was making his way down Highway 99 near Modesto, California when a vehicle pulled in front of him with its emergency flashers turned on, and the driver flagged him down to get him to stop.

The driver thought there might be something wrong with his truck, so he came to a halt on the shoulder of the road in an attempt to find out what was going on.

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The girlfriend of a convicted felon in Jurupa Valley was allegedly kidnapped by her boyfriend and held captive for almost a week.

On the morning of January 25, 46-year-old Robert Stephen Lopez Jr. reportedly showed up at his girlfriend’s home in Jurupa Valley, allegedly without an invitation.

When Lopez arrived at the dwelling he allegedly strong-armed his way inside and grabbed the woman. The suspect, who was reported as being significantly larger in stature than his girlfriend, allegedly violently forced her to accompany him out of her home although she was reportedly unwilling and resistant.

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A Glendale man who was previously convicted for messing with iconic Hollywood fixtures has been accused of theft after the Marilyn Monroe statue went missing from its Hollywood Gateway home.

Around 11:00 pm on June 16, a surveillance camera positioned at the Gateway facing “The Four Ladies of Hollywood” gazebo recorded what appeared to be a male descending from the top of the structure where the Marilyn statue been affixed. It was purported that the suspect used a tool to saw the statue from its base before walking to the nearby Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. A group consisting of the suspect, two men, and a woman had gathered by the time they reached the destination.

The Los Angeles Police Department opened an investigation and the same detective who worked on a case involving the destruction of Donald Trump’s Walk of Fame star began to research the details of the incident involving the disappearance of the artistic depiction of Marilyn Monroe.

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A woman who was accused of driving under the influence reportedly tried to explain to an officer that she would be unable to take the roadside sobriety test without failing, whether or not she had been drinking.

On May 28, a sheriff’s deputy arrived at the scene of a reported car accident involving a single car.

When the deputy scoped out the surrounding area, a vehicle was seen in a nearby ditch approximately 900 feet away from a damaged fixture on the highway. He went up to the car and spoke with the driver, identified as Amanda Barrett, and asked her what transpired.

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A man wearing a mask of the U.S. President was apprehended as he reportedly destroyed a parked car in Cabot-Vista Viejo in the early morning hours.

When deputies were patrolling the businesses in the Mission Viejo area, they reported that they saw a person wearing a Donald Trump mask who appeared as if they were vandalizing a vehicle.

The deputies reported that the mask-wearer, instead of providing themselves anonymity, had easily caught their attention with their odd costume choice and caused them to make their way to the area to review the situation.

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After allegedly breaking into a Rossmoor home and startling the inhabitants, a suspect shed his clothing and climbed atop a nearby elementary school’s roof to try to escape the police.

While a 14-year-old boy was asleep in his bed an unknown man reportedly came into his room and woke him up. The teen said that the man talked to him for a minute and then proceeded to take off all of his clothing.

While the alleged intruder was busy disrobing, the boy went out of his bedroom to find his parents and alert them about the man. His father was outside of the house for a moment, and the teen located a meat cleaver for protection.

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A college attendee who also serves as a resident assistant has recently been linked to several fires that were lit on the campus.

Since the end of November, the McIntire dormitory building, which is home for 120 students on the Wheaton College campus, has experienced six small fires for which the origin was unknown.

Between 3:30 and 4:00 am on Thursday, another fire was reported inside the McIntire halls, but it was caught on the security cameras that the school had recently put in place for student safety.

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