vandalism

The NYPD is investigating the anti-Semitic vandalism as a possible hate crime.
The suspect allegedly told a shop employee that the mannequin was talking to him and he didn’t like what it said.
Austin Clay destroyed the president's star with a pickax he brought in a guitar case.
Community leaders demanded arrests after several anti-Semitic messages and symbols were discovered around the city in recent days.
"I’ve seen folks just break down in tears, folks shake their heads in amazement, folks immediately roll up their sleeves and want to help clean it up."
James Otis, who smashed Trump's star in 2016, told TMZ he offered to pay Austin Clay’s $20,000 bail.
Donald Trump’s star on the Walk of Fame has been hit with yet another round of destruction.
A man who witnesses said attacked the star with a pickax hidden in a guitar case surrendered to police.
William Gomez, 19, has been charged with reckless endangerment and criminal mischief.
Police said they charged a man who smashed the car window with felony child endangerment.
Philadelphia went wild after the Eagles celebrated their first ever Superbowl win. But in the streets, celebration quickly turned to vandalism.
"Oh my God! Somebody get some salami and cream cheese and rub it all over his face ― he’s unconscious and on the ground!"
Abraham Davis stood watch while his friend vandalized a mosque. The mosque paid off his remaining court fees.
Krishna, 22, who came from Mathura, said, "The reason many people write graffiti is because of lack of education. If they
NFL fullback Nikita Whitlock had to cover up a swastika so his 6-year-old son wouldn’t see it.
The New Americans Museum highlights immigrant contributions to the U.S.
"None of us can afford to pretend that we are not affected by the hatred that surrounds us now," librarian Lorena Neal wrote in response.