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Main Event: 32 Rose Plants In Park Cut Down
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2010-08-21 32 Rose Plants In Park Cut Down Rose Garden, Golden Gate Park
C. 2010-07-24 SF Officials Offer Reward In Tree Vandalism Golden Gate Park
D. 2001-06-09 Vandals tear up arboretum Golden Gate Park

32 Rose Plants In Park Cut Down Map of Rose Garden San Francisco
Three Smart cars flipped in San Francisco overnight


year 2014 Top ^

Apr.7
  Ingleside: Vandals flipped several vehicles in different locations. Three Smart cars were flipped in the Ingleside and Bernal Heights districts


year 2010 Top ^

Aug.21
  Golden Gate Park: Some of the plants, which were in full bloom, were cut nearly to the ground, most likely by someone using loppers or hand shears

Jul.24
  Golden Gate Park: Since May, more than 40 trees have been destroyed, mostly in Golden Gate Park. 14 young elms and one sycamore that had been sawed clean


year 2003 Top ^

Mar.11 AIDS Memorial vandal sentenced
  San Francisco: Philip Atkinson, 20, was sentenced to 3 years of felony probation for vandalizing the National AIDS Memorial Grove


year 2001 Top ^

Jun.9 Vandals tear up arboretum
  Golden Gate Park: Vandals have chopped down an agave plant, trashed benches and endangered quail nests





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