At 11AM on July 23, the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) responded to a call regarding anti-gay slurs written on a car.
The Long Beach Police Department is reporting that the number of vandalism incidents from Monday night, when vandals shot out store and vehicle windows throughout the city with a BB gun, has more than tripled since yesterday's count of 25
Three vehicles were vandalized early Wednesday morning in the area of Grand Avenue and Fountain Street, police said Thursday.
A storefront window for a Long Beach restaurant was allegedly pelted with BB gun bullets Monday morning, causing minor damage to windows but no injuries, Long Beach Police Department spokeswoman Nancy Pratt said.
Police are investigating an act of vandalism committed early Monday morning, in which racially charged graffiti and a possible gang reference were spray-painted on the side of a truck parked in downtown Long Beach.
Cal State Long Beach police arrested a male student last week who was suspected of vandalizing his ex-girlfriend’s vehicle and violating a restraining order on campus, authorities said.
A 20-year-old Los Angeles woman was arrested Tuesday evening after allegedly throwing a piece of concrete at a police car while naked and possibly under the influence of alcohol or drugs near Long Beach’s Bixby Knolls area, authorities said.
The Thanksgiving Weekend, normally filled with leftovers, holiday shopping and an all-around ramping up of the holiday season, was instead filled with shock for workers who showed up to Farm Lot 59 Sunday morning to find it had been vandalized.
The front windows of multiple Belmont Shore businesses were found shattered in an apparent string of vandalism along the 2nd Street corridor early Thursday morning.
Long Beach Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price this week denounced a hateful message spray painted on a banner that hung outside of the Belmont Heights United Methodist Church.
Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) police are trying to determine who may be responsible for posting white supremacist fliers around campus Sunday and Monday.
Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) police will be cracking down hard on cases of vandalism on campus following recent postings of hateful flyers targeting Jews.
Graffiti targeting the black community found at Cal State Long Beach earlier this week has prompted campus officials to condemn the latest message spewing hate against minorities.