Facebook Live Stabbing Victim Arrested, Accused Of VandalismA man who designates "No Shoot Zones" at homicide sites in and around Baltimore has been arrested for what police say was destruction of property.
Police Searching For Vandals After '666' Sprayed On Church MarqueeThe Howard County Police Department is investigating after "666" was sprayed on a marquee at a historic African American church.
Pranksters Plant Tree On High School Baseball FieldWhat started as a possible high school prank could land some students in trouble with the law.
Police: Fed Hill Student Vandalism Represents Wider ProblemFederal Hill neighbors say the problems with students from Digital Harbor High School are getting worse and they're not backing down.
Suspects Sought In MoCo Middle School VandalismPolice in Montgomery County are asking for help identifying two suspects wanted for vandalizing John Poole Middle School in Poolesville last month.
Controversial Statue Target Of Vandalism In FrederickA controversial statue becomes a target for vandalism in Frederick. Police say someone poured paint all over a statue of Justice Roger Taney -- a member of the Supreme Court who was pro-slavery.
Vandal Hits Bust Of Judge Who Issued Dred Scott RulingFrederick police are investigating the vandalism of a bust honoring the Supreme Court justice who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision affirming slavery.
Police Investigate Vandalism That Advocates Killing CopsAnne Arundel County police are investigating after the Ritchie Highway Shopping Center was vandalized. The vandalism advocated killing police officers.
Suspects Sought Following Senior Prank Destruction In AACo.An alleged senior prank turns criminal when vandals target an Anne Arundel County High School -- just hours after graduation ceremonies.
More Than 150 Cars Spray Painted In ColumbiaMore than 150 cars were vandalized in Columbia, Howard County police report, when they were spray painted.
Montgomery County Police Investigating Hate CrimeMontgomery County police are investigating vandalism they believe falls into the category of a hate crime.
Businesses Vandalized In RockvilleMontgomery County Police say there have been multiple acts of vandalism committed against businesses on a block in Rockville.

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