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June 21, 2000 | BILL PLASCHKE
Stepping around a bonfire along a trash-strewn street near Staples Center late Monday night, I was passed by a laughing kid in a Laker jersey. "What's he doing out here?" the kid said in my direction while jogging down the road toward another target. I couldn't tell him then, so I want to tell him now. I was walking to my car after watching the Lakers win a world championship, moron.
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June 21, 2000 | MITCHELL LANDSBERG and JOHNATHON E. BRIGGS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Mayor Richard Riordan on Tuesday ordered an investigation into the melee that followed the Lakers' NBA championship victory, but said he was confident that police could prevent any similar outbreaks of violence during the Democratic National Convention in August. Police Chief Bernard C.
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December 20, 1999 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vandals defaced a statue and other property at a Van Nuys Catholic church that had hosted the replica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, police said Sunday. More than two dozen images of the Virgin Mary in the Los Angeles area have been vandalized since a tour of the replica began in September, police investigators said. The tour ended Dec. 11 when more than 50,000 worshipers packed the Los Angeles Coliseum. On Sunday, a pastor at St. Elizabeth Church at 6628 Cedros Ave.
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April 1, 1999 | KURT STREETER
California Highway Patrol officers believe two 17-year-old Sherman Oaks boys arrested early Wednesday while allegedly tagging walls on the San Diego Freeway near Sepulveda Boulevard may also be responsible for thousands of dollars of other graffiti damage in the area. Officers spotted the boys about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday spray-painting sound walls on the freeway, according to CHP spokesman Dwight McDonald.
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October 6, 1998 | DARRELL SATZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The final straw for Cliff Reston came the day his neighbor's front-yard wall became the latest target of a tagger's illegible scrawl. "It was a very pretty stone wall and somebody marked it up," Reston said of the 1992 incident near his Sherman Oaks home. "We used steel brushes to clean it up but I thought, 'This is too much.'
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August 11, 1998
The FBI is investigating the recent distribution of anti-Semitic leaflets in various communities in Southern California and the July 31 vandalism of a West Hills synagogue, officials said Monday. A Los Angeles Police Department detective, meanwhile, said a second synagogue in the San Fernando Valley--Temple Ahavat Shalom in Northridge--also was vandalized. The vandalism apparently occurred on the same night as the incident at Temple Solael in West Hills, Los Angeles Det. Ed Heissel said.
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August 4, 1998 | SUE FOX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Less than a week after Agoura residents reported finding anti-Semitic leaflets labeled with an Internet address in their mailboxes, a West Hills synagogue was vandalized with graffiti that included the same Web address, that of a white supremacy group. The graffiti were discovered Friday morning on an exterior wall at Temple Solael on Valley Circle Boulevard, said Bob Howe, a detective supervisor at the West Valley division of the Los Angeles Police Department.
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August 4, 1998 | SUE FOX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Less than a week after Agoura residents reported finding anti-Semitic leaflets labeled with an Internet address in their mailboxes, a West Hills synagogue was vandalized with graffiti that included the same Web address of a white supremacy group. The graffiti was discovered Friday morning on an exterior wall at Temple Solael on Valley Circle Boulevard, said Bob Howe, a detective supervisor with the West Valley Division of the Los Angeles Police Department.
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June 9, 1998 | VANESSA HUA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Students and teachers returning Monday to Pinewood Avenue School discovered huge red swastikas and other racist graffiti spray-painted on new murals, playground equipment and buildings, school officials said. Their discovery came a week after hate messages were scrawled at another Los Angeles Unified School District campus in the San Fernando Valley. Officials said there was no apparent connection between the two cases.
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April 19, 1998 | AMY OAKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The vans roll out each morning at 7, seven days a week, their crews of court-referred laborers on a mission: to erase the graffiti on public and private property all through the San Fernando Valley. For these minor criminals clad in orange vests and ordered to perform community service, it's a daily grind where supply never seems to exceed demand.
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