Vandalism

Vandalism suspects captured on surveillance at Butterfield Park (credit: Castle Rock Police)

Parents Turn In Kids After Seeing Graffiti Vandals On News

Police said a group of parents saw their own children in surveillance video on news reports about graffiti vandalism and they turned them in to authorities.

06/11/2015

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Artwork Intended To Prevent Graffiti Gets Sprayed By Vandals

Authorities in Castle Rock are hoping to catch the people responsible for covering publicly displayed student artwork with spray paint.

06/08/2015

Graffiti (credit: Castle Rock Police)

Vandals Leave Graffiti On Public Art In Castle Rock

Police in Castle Rock want to catch the suspects who defaced public art and parks with graffiti last weekend.

06/05/2015

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Park Hill Residents Fight Back After Burglaries Spike

People who live in one northeast Denver neighborhood are fighting back after a spike in burglaries and home break-ins.

05/02/2015

Two suspects captured on surveillance during vandalism to golf carts at Meadows Golf Course (credit: Jeffco Sheriff)

13 Golf Carts Damaged In Jefferson County, $1,000 Reward Offered

Deputies in Jefferson County are searching for those who caused more than $25,000 in damage to golf carts and other property at the Meadows Golf Course.

02/26/2015

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2 Teens Charged With Vandalizing Denver Church

Two teens have been charged in the vandalism of a Denver church earlier this month.

02/26/2015

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Suspects Charged In Denver Police Memorial Vandalism

The Denver District Attorney has formally charged two men in connection with vandalism to the Denver Police Department Fallen Officer memorial.

02/25/2015

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Reward Offered To Solve Mystery Of Chopped Down Trees In Cottonwood Park

There’s now a $2,000 reward for information in the effort to solve a tree vandalism mystery in Parker.

02/24/2015

CBS4's Jim Benemann with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock (credit: CBS)

Denver’s Mayor: ‘Keep Bystanders, Officers Safe’ During Recent Protests

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is talking about the controversy touched off when protesters poured red paint over the Denver Police Fallen Officers Memorial last weekend while police officers stood by and watched.

02/20/2015

A protester pours red paint over the DPD fallen officers memorial (credit: CBS)

Exclusive Video Shows Masked Men Defacing DPD Memorial

Police videotape obtained by CBS4 shows disguised men defacing the Denver Police fallen officers memorial last Saturday as at least one officer expressed fear the protesters would try to light the memorial on fire.

02/19/2015

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