Norfolk Police issued a news release saying the vandalism was discovered Saturday morning at Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church downtown.
According to police in Falls Church, the fabric on a playground canopy at Mt. Daniel Elementary School was slashed in several places, with at least one cut in the shape of a swastika.
Fairfax County police are investigating swastikas that were spray painted on the front of the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia in Annandale early Saturday morning.
Police spokesman James Mercante says a patrol officer observed a “red paint-like” substance on the statue of Confederate Lt. Gen. A.P. Hill around 12:40 a.m. Wednesday.
Montgomery County Police are investigating reports of vandalism to multiple vehicles in Germantown, Maryland. Nine vehicles were reportedly vandalized late Monday night or early Tuesday morning in the Dairymaid Drive area.
The vandalism occurs a week ahead of the one-year anniversary of the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville that was organized in part as a protest to plans to remove a Lee Statue there. See photos.
Police are still investigating why the 36-year-old man threw a brick and shattered glass Monday morning at the Democratic senator’s office in Roanoke, Virginia.
Patricia Hill was found guilty Monday of spraying NRA lobbyist Chris Cox’s Alexandria home with fake blood in January.
D.C. police are asking for the public’s help in finding the person responsible for vandalizing 11 traffic cameras in Southeast and Northeast D.C. on Feb. 20.
A student from the Kyrgyz Republic who police charged in defacing the Lincoln Memorial in September did not make his court date because he is in Russia.
A man from the Kyrgyz Republic was arrested Monday for defacing the Lincoln Memorial.
The nighttime video shows two people walking on a sidewalk near the Loudoun County Courthouse along Church Street in Leesburg.
Carson believes it was in response to the heated rhetoric stemming from the violence in Charlottesville this past weekend.
Montgomery County police believe a BB or pellet gun may have been used to break a window of the 3rd District police station in White Oak.
The police said 24 tombstones were overturned at the cemetery at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, in Upper Marlboro, which includes soldiers from the Revolutionary War, The War of 1812 and the Civil War.
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