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Suspect named in felony forest equipment vandalism

Suspect named in felony forest equipment vandalism

The break in the case came as police were headed up to the forest to look for the suspect. En route, Officer Evan Beechel spotted someone driving at Seventh and Union streets who resembled the person in the trail cam photos.

Arcata’s Redwood Park Scout Hut squatted and trashed

“They were squatting up there and broke into all of the Scout’s supply closets, stole their flatscreen TV and a bunch of gear and supplies, as well as trashing the place fairly thoroughly and covering the place with tons of graffiti,” Gale said. “They also looted the supply of specialty popcorn the Cub Scouts were selling as a fundraiser for summer camp and other outings.”

McKinley defacement probed as statue opponents deny involvement

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA PLAZA – As Arcata Police try to find out who defaced the statue of William McKinley on the Plaza, supporters and opponents of Measure M continue to infer and at times outright accuse each other of committing the vandalism for political reasons. Meanwhile, those wishing to remove the

Suspect caught after vandalism spree in Old Town Eureka

Eureka Police EUREKA – Between 09/11/2018 and 09-13-2018, Officers with the Eureka Police Department have responded to approximately 25 reports of vandalism to vehicles.  A majority of the reported damage to the vehicles was tires being slashed, however some victims also reported paint damage.  None of the victims could provide any suspect descriptions or reason

A tiny but costly new form of pointless destruction

COSTLY COVERS Vandalism that began as graffiti-smeared walls, then evolved to include such ruinous innovations as etched windows and stickered traffic signs, now has a new partner in pointless destruction –  destroyed water meter covers. Five of the covers, which cost the city $75 each, were destroyed one recent week. Anyone with information on the

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