Vandalism and Hate in San Jacinto

Vandalism and Hate in San Jacinto

San Jacinto, CA

Last Thursday, San Jacinto police officers responded to a report of vandalism at a local residence. The officers arrived to find that vehicles belonging to the residents had been spray-painted with anti-semitic symbols and derogatory words. The officers quickly identified the incident as a hate crime. 

The incident occurred just before 4:00 a.m. Thursday on the 800 block of Horizon Court. The San Jacinto Police Department is currently investigating the hate crime and has requested that anyone with information should contact the Hemet Sheriff’s Station (951) 791-3400, and ask for Officer Medina.

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