Police, Prosecutors Step Up Efforts To Curb Detroit GraffitiThose charged include well-known graffiti artist Shepard Fairey, who is awaiting trial.
University Of Michigan Denounces Anti-Islam Graffiti Found On Campus"Racist symbols and phrases” were found scrawled in chalk at the Diag.
Testimony Begins In Graffiti Artist Shepard Fairey's Detroit Property Damage CaseIs it street art ..or vandalism?
Graffiti Artist Shepard Fairey, Who Created Obama's 'Hope' Poster, Faces Felony Charges For Tagging Buildings In DetroitPolice say about $9,000 in damage was done to other structures while Fairey was in Detroit to complete commissioned works, including a large mural.
Artist Or Outlaw? City Wants Street Artist Shepard Fairey Back In Detroit To Face Charges For Tagging Is there a fine line between artist and outlaw when it comes to street art?
Homeless 19-Year-Old Charged In Royal Oak Graffiti Case A 19-year-old homeless man who is on probation for drawing graffiti in Ferndale is now facing charges in Royal Oak for similar crimes.
Detroit Mayor Apologizes Amid Anti-Graffiti EffortTickets given for murals that had been approved by business owners are expected to be rescinded while other tickets may stand.
Newly Opened Stretch Of I-96 Marked By VandalismThe perpetrator wrote on the east bound side of the wall near the Columbia Street overpass in the city of Redford.
Historic Metropolitan Building Gets A Makeover"It's a daunting task; there's a lot of damage to this building."
3 Suburban Teen Girls Accept Plea For Defacing Detroit BuildingsThree suburban teenagers will perform 60 hours of community service for defacing two buildings in downtown Detroit.
Arraignment For 3 Teens Accused Of Defacing Detroit BuildingsThree teenage girls from Grosse Pointe Woods are scheduled to be arraigned Monday on felony charges of spray painting buildings in downtown Detroit.
Adjournment In Graffiti Case For 3 Grosse Pointe Woods TeensAn adjournment was granted until August 4. Both sides are hopeful that a deal will be reached to avoid going to court.