On Monday, workers in Denton tried horse cleaner and today they are trying baking soda to clean up a memorial to confederate soldiers vandalized over the weekend.
A memorial to confederate soldiers in Denton was vandalized overnight. Monday morning the words “This is Racist” were found spray-painted in red letters on the Denton County Confederate Soldier Memorial.
Could it be coincidence that the defacing of the sculpture occurred on the same day as the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the grounds of South Carolina’s state house?
Someone has vandalized the General Lee statue at Robert E. Lee Park in Dallas. Overnight, the word “shame” was spray-painted, in big white letters, on the base of the statue.
Some DART riders may be in for a rude awakening when they get back to their vehicles. More than a dozen vehicles were vandalized at the North Lake College DART Station in Las Colinas.
Authorities in Irving are investigating after reports of vandalism in a DART station’s parking lot. The damaged vehicles were discovered by a commuter early Friday morning.
Some Fort Worth homeowners are angry and left adding up the cost of damage after an area crime spree left more than a dozen cars damaged.
Last summer, police investigated the numbers “666” painted on landmarks in and around the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas.
After repeatedly being vandalized and stolen from, Devan Breedlove, a member of The Church of Christ the King & All Saints decided to set up his own camcorder, hoping to capture what was going on.
It may be spring break, but a Fort Worth middle school has a big mess to start cleaning up today.
When the snow melted at the Keller Sports Park, the damaged was revealed.
Two Central Texas teenagers have been charged with using spray paint to deface a mural done by British street artist Binty Bint.