Federal authorities are investigating a possible hate crime after three predominantly African-American Florida churches that were defaced with letters saying, “KKK.”
The homeless man accused of vandalizing a Miami Beach synagogue has escaped custody.
Police confirmed Tuesday evening they arrested a man in connection to vandalism of a sign in front of a Miami Beach temple.
Vandals spray scrawled symbols of hate on a wall outside a Surfside Publix store.
A Northeast Miami-Dade neighborhood held a Torah dedication ceremony Monday afternoon, a show of unity in the wake of several crimes in the area.
For the second time in as many days, messages of hate targeted members of South Florida’s Jewish community. Early Monday morning, spray painted swastikas and the word “Hamas” were discovered on the pillars in front of the Congregation Torah Ve’emunah.
Miami Beach Police are investigating a potential hate crime. It happened along Meridian Avenue in a predominantly Jewish neighborhood on the Beach.
A 73-year-old Miami man, who is also a registered sex offender, faces charges of attempted second-degree murder, arson, and committing a hate crime after he allegedly tried to burn down a home with two women and eight children inside because the women are lesbians.
Miami Beach police have launched an investigation after hate filled graffiti was found at four locations around the city.
A Hialeah man who was convicted of two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon made a tearful plea before a judge.