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Police are seeking the public's help to solve a series of vandalism incidents that occurred throughout a Berkeley neighborhood last week.
A Concord couple remains scared after someone planted about 50 American flags in their front lawn and then tore the electric meter off their home.
Vandals using BB guns have shot out the windows of cars in dozens of incidents since December in Castro Valley, San Leandro and San Lorenzo.
Four men have been arrested for allegedly slashing an inflatable dam in Fremont earlier this year, letting 50 million gallons of water rush down Alameda Creek.
Police arrested a homeless man Wednesday suspected of spray painting a wall at the French American International School in San Francisco.
One or more people vandalized a statue of St. Junipero Serra this weekend at a mission in Carmel-by-the-Sea.
Police arrested a man Saturday on suspicion of committing road rage and vandalism after a Critical Mass bike event last month in San Francisco.
A century-old statue was vandalized at Stanford University earlier this month.
A colorful mural illustrating queer love in San Francisco's Mission District was vandalized late Monday night for the third time.
A Castro Valley catholic church is hoping the people responsible for taking a life-sized bronze statue of Jesus Christ last week will return it.
San Francisco 49ers fullback Bruce Miller will be arraigned Monday on a charge of vandalism.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf said a small group of "cowardly people" left significant damage in the city's downtown during a Friday protest.
More than a dozen people were arrested in a Friday night protest in downtown Oakland after some protestors involved committed acts of vandalism.
An 18-year-old was arrested for allegedly tagging at San Francisco's Mission Dolores Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.
A 35-year-old man is accused of dozens of graffiti vandalism incidents that started nearly a year ago.
A protest organizer blamed Berkeley police and city officials for "mayhem" during demonstrations Saturday and Sunday.
A standoff between police and a suspected burglar in San Jose today ended with the man being arrested on suspicion of arson, assault with a deadly weapon and felony vandalism, among other charges, according to a police spokeswoman.
Bay Area Islamic leaders decried vandalism that targeted a Santa Cruz mosque.
Officers arrested a man in Santa Rosa on suspicion of felony vandalism and resisting arrest Tuesday, police said.
Four eight-foot tall, 15-year-old tree ferns and five trees were vandalized last Friday night.
Vandals set fire to foliage along the perimeter of Taft School in Redwood City on Sunday and spray painted graffiti on a school building, according to police.
Two more instances of Smart car "tipping" occurred this week in San Francisco.
A 50-year-old man was placed under citizen's arrest for allegedly tagging a Petaluma overpass.
Police are on the lookout for vandals who flipped over at least four Smart cars.
Three days after his first appearance, the semi-naked "Drumm Street Jesus" reappeared in the Financial District.
We’re still scratching our heads over why someone would go so far as to vandalize the brand-new Clement Street parklet.
22-year-old Gregory Tyler Graniss was arrested for allegedly smashing a Muni bus with a steel barricade Sunday night.
A Hayward man faces felony charges after he admitted to covering 150 headstones at a Union City cemetery with vegetable oil to ward off spirits.