Man Angry About Pending Court Case Vandalizes Alhambra Courthouse, Faces Charges: Police

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The Alhambra Courthouse is seen in a Google Map Street View.

A man who was angry about a pending court case likely faces additional charges after he allegedly vandalized an Alhambra courthouse on Saturday, police said.

At around 3 p.m., dispatchers received multiple calls about a man breaking windows at the courthouse, according to a post on the Alhambra  Police Department’s Facebook page.

The court is located at 150 W. Commonwealth Ave. (map), right across from a police station.

When officers arrived at the scene, they found a man with bloody lacerations to his arms. He was detained and told police he was upset about a pending case in court, the post stated.

The male subject was taken to an area hospital for treatment.

His name has not been released and police only added that he faced possible felony vandalism charges in connection to the incident.

A total of 27 window panes were found to have been broken, according to police. Firefighters were called to the scene to render the broken glass safe.

No further information was released.

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