Suspect Could Face Hate Crime Charges for Racist Graffiti in North Texas

Maria Perez
Sep 1, 2019 - 9:00
Suspect Could Face Hate Crime Charges for Racist Graffiti in North Texas

Police in Texas have arrested a man who defaced two buildings with swastikas and racial slurs.

Authorities claim the case will be presented to the district attorney as a hate crime.

Officials in East Arlington, Texas said swastikas and hateful words were spray-painted on two buildings, The Dallas Morning News reported. Officials received the first vandalism report around 3 a.m. on August 27 regarding an old CVS building located in the 1800 block of East Arkansas Lane, Arlington Police Department spokesperson Jesse Minton told the publication. The second...

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