Ohio police investigating home explosion as possible hate crime after Nazi graffiti found
Authorities in Ohio are reportedly investigating a home explosion Wednesday as a possible hate crime after finding racial slurs and swastika graffiti.
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Department said on Facebook that nobody was injured in the house explosion in Sterling.
Sheriff Travis Hutchinson told reporters police found racial slurs and a swastika painted on the home’s garage and a neighbor’s car, NBC News reports.
"We're not going to tolerate that type of activity and behavior here," Hutchinson told reporters. "We're going to make sure that we use...