Man accused of scrawling graffiti against vaccine law in Beverly Hills

Police in Beverly Hills arrested a man Thursday on suspicion of scrawling graffiti condemning California's new mandatory vaccine law, SB 277, in various locations around Los Angeles County. Shortly before 4 p.m. Wednesday, police responded to reports of vandalism at the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce, said Beverly Hills police Lt. Lincoln Hoshino. With black spray paint, the vandal had written a statement rebuking the new law, which bars religious and other personal-belief exemptions for schoolchildren's required immunizations.  Investigators learned that similar graffiti was found on the West Hollywood City Hall and two locations along the 10 Freeway, Hoshino...