The boys are accused of causing havoc in the home, near Rochester, but now the man who caught them could be in trouble.
Advocates for victims of child sexual abuse rededicated a monument in Morris County, N.J., Sunday that has twice been the target of vandalism.
The search is on for a couple of vandals caught on surveillance camera, leaving graffiti tags outside a business in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
A Staten Island woman unleashed a flood of emotion when she and her son saw what vandals had done to her parents’ grave at St. Mary’s Cemetery on Staten Island.
An unusual rash of vandalism has occurred at several New Jersey churches and the latest case doesn’t have anything to do with anything sacred.
State Senator Jeffrey Klein of the Bronx and Westchester said the law was aimed at protecting the sacredness of property outside.
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