U. of Calif. police probe swastikas sprayed on Jewish fraternity
The chancellor of the University of California, Davis says someone sprayed painted two large swastikas onto an off-campus Jewish fraternity house.
Linda P.B. Katehi called the graffiti “despicable and hateful” in a statement Saturday, and said she has requested that the police investigate the act of vandalism as a hate crime.
The vice president of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity told the Sacramento Bee the vandalism occurred early Saturday. He said the action threatens to rekindle race tensions at UC Davis.
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