Police are investigating after numerous homes and cars were vandalized in a South Jersey town overnight.
Every state defines vandalism slightly differently but in general, it’s a misdemeanor (a lower level crime) if you deface, damage, or destroy property that belongs to someone else.
Residents in one Delaware County community are outraged after vandals destroyed trees that had just been planted in a popular park.
Residents in one Northeast Philadelphia neighborhood had a rude awakening Wednesday morning when they woke up and discovered vulgar graffiti spray-painted on their cars and homes.
A Delaware man has been arrested for alleged vandalism at 71 locations around the Newark area.
Philadelphia police and SEPTA police are trying to track a group of teenagers who caused extensive damage to two buses in Mayfair late Saturday night.
A crane valued at more than $1 million was mangled and destroyed, and police found other ruined construction equipment as well.
More tires slashed were Sunday morning, but this time the vandalism occurred in South Philadelphia.
Residents in Northeast Philadelphia have had all they can take. They want to see the person or people responsible for slashing their tires behind bars.
Philadelphia police are searching for those responsible who splashed paint and left a note with a racial slur on the campaign headquarters for a candidate for State Representative.
New Castle County police confirm they are investigating several incidents of flat tires discovered by residents Sunday morning. Additionally, a car was found in Holmesburg with slashed tires.
The crime remained the same, but this time the neighborhood has changed. Residents in the city’s Overbrook section woke up Thursday morning to find either their car tires slashed or a corrosive substance splashed onto their cars.
Vandals have car owners in a Bucks County neighborhood sleeping with one eye open after hundreds of dollars in damage was done to their vehicles.
Police are searching for the vandals who targeted the mansion of the Pennsylvania governor.
Philadelphia police are searching for those responsible for setting more than a half a dozen cars on fire on one block early Wednesday morning.