Incidents of apparent hate crimes and hate group activities listed here are drawn primarily from media sources. These incidents include only a fraction of the approximately 191,000 reported and unreported hate crimes that a 2005 government report estimated occur annually.
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Flags with swastikas on them were attached to red balloons and let loose over neighborhoods.
Mark Anthony Labonte, 34, was charged with accusations of assault, intimidation, menacing and harassment after he allegedly yelled racial slurs and punched a black man in a grocery store.
Figures of the baby Jesus were stolen from two nativity scenes and severed pigs' heads were left in their places.
Robert Shea Grogan, 19, was charged with criminal mischief for allegedly writing white supremacist graffiti on several businesses.
A swastika was found etched into the sidewalk in front of a market.
Racist graffiti was written on a rock at the entrance of a high school and on a fence next to the school's softball field.
Anti-Semitic graffiti was scrawled on three businesses and two homes.
Swastikas and a white supremacist slogan were spray-painted in the town.
Shaun Patrick Temple, 21, and Kevin Kaleb Temple, 24, were charged with harassment, disorderly conduct, assault and intimidation after they allegedly shouted racial slurs and attacked two black teenagers.
Jesse J. Mason, 24, pleaded guilty to two counts of intimidation in the second degree after spitting at two men he believed were of Middle Eastern descent and later arriving at their homes yelling slurs and throwing lawn furniture.