Arlington police have arrested one suspect and identified four others involved in a hate crime involving graffiti spray painting that included anti-gay slurs, racial slurs, hateful messages and vulgar images.
Police in Arlington are investigating nearly a dozen incidents of anti-gay graffiti in one area. The vulgar messages were reported early Sunday and all happened in one neighborhood.
Arlington school officials are surveying damage at Bailey Junior High after vandals broke in. It was both a fire and intrusion alarm that brought police to the school around 3 a.m.
Some residents in Plano are feeling no love for whoever is spray-painting hearts throughout one neighborhood. Someone’s spreading the universal sign of affection on the brick walls that protect neighborhoods along Hedgecoxe and McDermott Roads.
Someone damaged dozens of vehicles and homes in Weatherford, with either a pellet or BB gun.
Police may have caught some of the people behind a rash of car break-ins across North Texas.
Police are looking for the thieves who broke into nearly 20 cars Thursday, in the broad daylight, in the parking lot of a Trinity Railway Express (TRE) station.
Patriotism runs deep in the Canyon Creek subdivision of Richardson. During 4th of July week, nearly 1200 flags line the streets in the neighborhood. But after the work of some vandals, Old Glory is a bit tattered and torn.