Graffiti leads to hate crime charges against teens

CBC News

Three teenage boys face charges of mischief and inciting hatred after racist graffiti popped up near the home of a black family in a Halifax-area neighbourhood.

RCMP said a swastika and a racist slur were spray-painted on the road with arrows pointing to the family’s house in Eastern Passage.

The incident happened on Aug. 2, days after residents complained to police about similar slurs on municipal signs and a mailbox. Seaside Elementary School and a local ball field were also vandalized.

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