Pensacola, Florida (WKRGMore) — four arrested in connection with Multiple recent acts of anti-Semitic vandalism around PensacolaAccording to a statement by the Pensacola Police Department.
Three of those arrested were under the age of 18, and the fourth, Kessler Ferry, was 18. Ferry has been charged with one count of felony misconduct that escalated into a hate crime. The four teenagers were charged with a total of 24 counts of multiple vandalism.
Most of the incidents involved graffiti with anti-Semitic messages or symbols on buildings.Two of the incidents involved Bricks thrown into Jewish places of worship It contained an anti-Semitic message.
Pensacola Mayor D.C. Reeves said in a release, “We do not tolerate hate crimes in the City of Pensacola. “If you commit vile, hateful acts in this city to hurt or intimidate, we will seek you out and bring you to justice.”
https://www.wkrg.com/northwest-florida/escambia-county/4-arrests-made-in-pensacola-anti-semitic-vandalism-cases/ Arrested in Pensacola anti-Semitic vandalism case