Dallas Museum of Art Confident of Restoring Objects Destroyed During Last Month's Break-in
A red-figure Pyxis from 5th century BC Greece. A similar object was destroyed during the break-in at DMAWikimedia Commons. The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is confident that it can restore the valuable Ancient Greek Art and current Native American Art that was destroyed in a terrible break-in a month ago. Fran Baas, who is in charge of the museum's conservation team, says that even the smallest pieces that were broken during the break-in are recovered.
Man Destroys Priceless Ancient Greek Art Worth $5 Million After an Argument With His Girlfriend
A Greek Kylix from 5th century BC. A similar object was destroyed at the Dallas Museum of ArtWikimedia. 21-year-old Brian Hernandez broke into the Dallas Museum of Art and destroyed $5 million worth of priceless artifacts after an argument with his girlfriend.
Multi-state Kidnapping, Assault, & Arson Rampage
A Federal Judge has convicted Luis Figueroa, of Bronx, NY, of engaging in a violent, multi-state crime spree where he sexually assaulted his ex-girlfriend, pushed a pregnant woman down a flight of stairs, and set a car dealership on fire.
Accused Monroe County Walmart Arsonist Lost Everything In A 2019 House Fire
Mugshot of Jasmine Miley, Suspected in Monroe County Walmart arson and aggravated assaultSource/Monroe County Sheriff's Office. According to reports, on Wednesday evening, April 27, 2022, at just about 6:00 PM, A young woman, now identified as Jasmine Miley, a resident of the area, is suspected and was charged with deliberately starting a fire inside the Forsyth Walmart--the same location where a teen was shot and killed back in January.
Arsonist Sets 3 Fires Near Promenade
Santa Monica, CA: On Monday, March 14th around 3 in the afternoon, reports of a trash fire came into the Santa Monica Communications Center, upon arrival of fire units, they found the fire that was burning and safely extinguished the flames, there were no reported injuries or any other damage. About an hour and a half later is when another call came into the Santa Monica Communications center regarding an outside fire this time, upon the arrival of fire units, they observed a trash fire that was burning, the fire crew safely extinguished the flames, and no injuries or damage was reported. While Santa Monica Fire Department was returning to the station, around 4:45 in the evening they were flagged down by somebody in regards to a trash fire that was just set by an individual who fled the scene on foot, once the firefighters had extinguished the trash fire, they were flagged down by another individual in the alleyway about a trash fire that had spread to a nearby structure. When the engine pulled into the alleyway, they requested additional fire units, prompting a structure fire response to the location. Engines 3,4, & 6, Truck 1, and Battalion 1 responded to the scene. The building sustained minor damage from the fire but there was water damage inside of the building to prevent the fire from further spreading as well as to prevent property loss as well as damage to the building.
Portland Daily Round Up: Portlanders gather in support of Ukraine, gas prices soar across the region and more
(Brett Carlsen/Getty Images) (PORTLAND, Ore.) Hello Portlanders! It's Monday, March 7 - Here's your daily round up of all the news happening in the City of Roses. 1. Local Ukrainians hold rally for peace, aid teams arrive abroad.