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SCPD: Teen Arrested For Vandalizing Westhampton Beach High School with Swastikas, Phallic Symbols

Christian Hinck of Remsenberg, 17, was charged with Aggravated Harassment, Criminal Mischief, and Making Graffiti, officials say.

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SCPD arrested Christian Hinck of Remsenberg, 17, who vandalized Westhampton Beach High School.

Photo by: Suffolk County Police Department

Westhampton Beach, NY - April 11, 2018 - Suffolk County Police Hate Crimes Unit detectives on Tuesday, April 10, arrested a teen who vandalized Westhampton Beach High School.
Christian Hinck broke a window and spray painted racial graffiti, including swastikas and phallic symbols, on the walls, sidewalks and windows of the high school, located at 49 Lilac Road, Westhampton Beach, on April 6. After a thorough investigation by the Suffolk County Police Hate Crimes Unit and the Westhampton Beach Village Police Department, detectives arrested Hinck on Lilac Road in Westhampton Beach at approximately 3 p.m.
Hinck of Remsenburg, 17, was charged with Aggravated  Harassment 1st Degree, Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree and Making Graffiti.
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