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O.C. woman booked on suspicion of spraying hateful graffiti

A 56-year-old Fullerton woman was booked Monday on suspicion of spray-painting hateful graffiti in Anaheim, authorities said.

Kim Rebar Henry was booked on one count of felony vandalism and damage to property to violate civil rights, said Sgt. Rick Martinez of the Anaheim Police Department.

Anaheim police did not release details of the messages that were found.

Martinez said police are investigating whether there is a connection between the graffiti in Anaheim and  several other racist and hateful scrawls sprayed in recent weeks on buildings and churches in Irvine, Santa Ana and Brea.


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Throw the book at this racist. We don't need any more racist in our society. Give her 10 years.


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