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    Police Make Arrest After Swastikas Painted on Stanford University Buildings
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    A Swastika at Stanford University.

    Police arrested a man Wednesday suspected of spray-painting swastikas on a student campus residence and a fraternity house at Stanford University this past spring, university officials said.

    Police arrested 19-year-old Lucas Ninow in Mountain View on a warrant for one county of felony vandalism, one count of misdemeanor vandalism and one count of a misdemeanor hate crime, university officials said.

    Ninow is not a Stanford student, according to Stanford.

    Police booked him into the Santa Clara County main jail at 1:20 p.m. Wednesday and he was to be arraigned Thursday, according to the university.

    Swastikas Painted on Stanford University Buildings

    [BAY] Swastikas Painted on Stanford University Buildings
    Stanford University is investigating after swastikas and other symbols were painted on campus housing and fraternity buildings. Kimberly Yonenaka reports.
    (Published Tuesday, April 28, 2015)

    University officials said someone discovered the spray-painted swastikas April 26  on the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and on the La Casa Italiana student residence.

    A statement issued by Stanford University president John Hennessy shortly after the incident said, "This level of incivility has no place at Stanford. I ask everyone in the university community to stand together against intolerance and hate, and to affirm our commitment to a campus community where discourse is civil, where we value differences, and where every individual is respected."

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