Miami Beach police have launched an investigation after hate filled graffiti was found at four locations around the city.
Friends and family of the teen artist who died shortly after being hit by a police Taser held a vigil Saturday afternoon on Miami Beach.
A man, who referred to himself as “The Joker,” was arrested Friday for vandalizing a deputy’s patrol car twice while parked and burglarizing another home in the neighborhood.
Art Basel its not. Over the weekend as the one of Miami’s biggest art weekends came to an end, vandals took their own ‘artistic’ license with spray paint and left their mark in the city’s Wynwood Art District.
CAROL CITY (CBS4) – A person suspected of vandalizing Carol City High School on Memorial Day has been arrested. Miami-Dade Schools police confirmed that Carol City High student 18-year old Jireh Moore was taken into […]
A vandal armed with cans of spray paint did more than $20,000 in damages to Carol City High School on Memorial Day.
Vandals did approximately $4,000 in damage to two planes parked at the sea plane base behind the Miami Children’s Museum on Watson Island.
Investigators with the Broward Sheriff’s Office are trying to find the vandals responsible for a string of graffiti crimes throughout the city.
Hate crimes in the state continue to remain at their lowest numbers since Florida began tracking them two decades ago.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office would like your help to find three vandals whose unusual crime spree was caught on camera at a South Florida high school.