Articles Tagged With ‘Vandalism’

Morro Bay police catch graffiti artists

Morro Bay police arrested an 18-year-old and a juvenile accomplice Saturday for creating graffiti. Around noon, witnesses reported a tagging that just took place in the 200 block of Atascadero Road. Police then located the two suspects with the help... (Continue reading)

Vandals strike Templeton market

Rocks have flown through windows of the Templeton Market and Deli twice in the past three months. Around 1:35 a.m. on March 30, a vandal threw a rock through windows on the south side of the market Last week, a... (Continue reading)

Carjacker credited with vandalism spur in Arroyo Grande

On Friday morning, one or more vandals in Arroyo Grande targeted 19 vehicles, punctured 42 tires and broke a bus window, an outdoor wall display case and a classroom window. The damage totaled more than $7,000. All of the vandalism... (Continue reading)

Marx’s car vandalized after SLO council contests binding arbitration ruling

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Shortly after the San Luis Obispo City Council voted unanimously Monday morning to appeal a ruling that would restore binding arbitration for police and firefighters, a vandal smashed the window of Mayor Jan Marx’s car. Marx attended... (Continue reading)

Video released of truck damaging Atascadero veterans memorial

Atascadero police have released surveillance video of a truck driving through and vandalizing the Faces of Freedom Veterans Memorial on New Year’s Day. Shortly after 10 a.m. Wednesday, a witness reported that a red Chevrolet pickup truck was driving through... (Continue reading)

Atascadero Veteran’s memorial vandalized

Atascadero police are looking for the person or persons who vandalized the Faces of Freedom Veterans Memorial grounds on New Year’s Day. Shortly after 10 a.m., a witness called to report that a 1980’s red Chevrolet pickup truck was driving... (Continue reading)

SLO vandal leaves multi-block blood trail

A 21-year-old San Luis Obispo man was arrested for vandalism Sunday morning after he bled profusely on private and public property. After a heavy night of drinking, Matthew Faura punched out a window on Broad Street causing a deep laceration... (Continue reading)

Looters hit Lompoc businesses during power outage

During Sunday night’s power outage, reports of attempted burglaries and looting overwhelming dispatchers at Lompoc police headquarters. [KCOY] The looters caused significant damage, however, little was stolen. At Tom’s Burger in the College Center, burglars smashed a glass door to... (Continue reading)

Los Osos church vandals found but not arrested

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s investigators found two suspects who admitted to vandalizing a Los Osos church Sunday morning, but they did not make any arrests. An 18-year-old Morro Bay man and a 19-year-old Los Osos man admitted to vandalizing... (Continue reading)

Vandals break stained glass windows at Los Osos church

A Los Osos church that has been the target of vandalism for about four years has broken stained glass windows following an attack Saturday morning. [Tribune] Early Saturday morning, the resident priest of St. Elizabeth Catholic church at 2050 Palisades... (Continue reading)