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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Paul Anthony Hemming and Jessica Lynn Simmons, both 18, and a female juvenile face charges of first- and second-degree criminal mischief, second-degree intimidation and unlawfully applying graffiti after they allegedly spray-painted racist graffiti on a high school and several houses and vehicles.
Jacob Albert Laskey, 25; Gabriel Doyle Laskey, 20; and Gerald Anthony Poundstone, 27, were all charged with conspiracy to violate civil rights after they allegedly threw rocks engraved with Nazi symbols through the window of a synagogue during service. Jacob Laskey and Poundstone were also charged with obstruction of justice relating to witness intimidation.
Reported Skinheads William P. Henry, 29; Christian L. Coats and Ariane E. Celis, both 22, and Dennis L. Mothersbaugh allegedly used racial slurs and threatened a black man with a machete and a sport utility vehicle.
Fliers from the neo-Nazi Nationalist Socialist Movement were distributed throughout a neighborhood.
Fliers from the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement were distributed throughout a neighborhood.
Racial epithets were written on the inside of a black woman's garage.
Fliers from the white supremacist Tualatin Valley Skins were distributed in three neighborhoods.
Swastikas and derogatory comments about Jews were placed on the side of a synagogue.
An estimated hundred fliers containing racist jokes and caricatures were left at homes in a neighborhood.
Fliers from the white supremacist Tualatin Valley Skins were left in yards throughout a neighborhood.