Two Maryland teenagers have pleaded guilty to writing racist and Nazi graffiti on their Glenelg high school over the summer.
Four Glenelg High School seniors were charged with misdemeanors after racial slurs and swastikas were found spray-painted in May.
A student has been charged with malicious destruction of property in connection with graffiti and swastikas in a Goucher College dorm, Baltimore County Police said on Friday.
The professor, Elizabeth Midlarsky, said she was “in shock” when she walked into her office on Wednesday and saw swastikas and anti-Semitic words painted in her office. “I stopped for a moment, because I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.”
Asad Walker remembers how he used to take one last look around before shaking his Krylon spray paint can hard. The ball inside would knock about, shattering the quiet night. With a friend standing watch, Walker would paint his tag, “Ultra,” in big letters on a wall.
Homicide detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying suspicious graffiti found near where the body of a man was found in a wooded area of Clifton, Virginia.
Four high school students in Howard County, Maryland, have been accused of spray-painting hate-based graffiti at their high school Thursday morning.
“Graffiti vandalism is a drain on taxpayer dollars, can lead to decreased property values and often diminishes residents’ sense of safety,” D.C. Department of Public Works Director Chris Shorter told WTOP.
The U.S. Park Police are asking the public’s help in identifying a man they say is related to a series of bizarre graffiti that were drawn on four national monuments in February.
More graffiti has popped up locally and as far away as Boston that appears similar to the cryptic messages scrawled in permanent marker on four monuments on the National Mall.
The National Park Service is investigating vandalism at several monuments in D.C., including one message that read “Jackie shot JFK” and another referencing Sept. 11.
Third graders at a Silver Spring area elementary school discovered a racial slur on bathroom wall last Thursday and reported it to their teacher, who never reported it to school administrators. Parents say they are frustrated by the response of school staff and that their children would be subjected to hateful speech.
Police are investigating what they call a case of hate-based vandalism at a high school football field.
The owner believes the restaurant may have been targeted because rainbow-colored bunting was hung days before in honor of pride month.
WASHINGTON — A “person of interest” has been identified in connection with the anti-Semitic graffiti at the Shaare Torah synagogue, in Gaithersburg, Maryland, Montgomery County Media reports. Police have surveillance footage of a person in a…
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