The string of burglaries happened between 6:45 p.m. Thursday and Friday morning on North Orange Drive and Hawthorne Avenue.
A Northridge mother pleaded guilty Wednesday to driving her daughter and two other girls to homes where they smeared feces, scrawled swastikas and wrote the word “Jew” on a sidewalk.
The political future of San Fernando City Councilmember Maribel De La Torre, already under fire from a local recall campaign, just got more complicated.
Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with the vandalism of a Mormon church in Jurupa Valley.
A Northridge mother faces criminal charges for allegedly helping her daughter and her daughter’s friends smear human feces and scrawl swastikas and the word “Jew” at the homes of two former friends.
It may have been a prank when someone cut down a 40-year-old pine tree at a Canyon Country High School, but police are calling it felony vandalism.
Police asked for the public’s help Wednesday to identify a suspect who threw a brick through the window of a Burbank city councilman’s medical office.
Officials Tuesday were continuing their investigation into an alleged act of vandalism and possible death threat against Octomom Nadya Suleman.
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A Los Angeles nightclub performer suffered a critical head injury Monday when he confronted vandals who had been tampering with his car in the Jefferson Park area, police said. The violence took […]
A former police officer in Southern California is accused of crushing his audio recorder and destroying any comments made in the arrest of a suspected drunken driver who later committed suicide in jail.
A hate crime investigation was underway Tuesday night near the UCLA campus after someone wrote anti-Mexican and sexist slurs Monday on the door of a student’s off-campus apartment.
A 21-year-old Glendale tagger was arrested for allegedly causing almost $10,000 in damages in the San Fernando Valley, including Burbank, police announced Thursday.
A youth center in Ramona Gardens has been robbed of its resources after being targeted by vandals twice in one week.
Authorities are searching for vandals who targeted four businesses Monday night. Authorities first received a call about a smashed window at Rodeo Realty in the 15300 block of Ventura Boulevard.
Vandals armed with BB guns may be behind dozens of shattered windows of cars and businesses in San Bernardino County.