3 Teens Arrested in Connection With Swastika Vandalism Around San Dimas, Series of Arson Fires

Three teenage boys are in custody in connection with a rash of crudely drawn swastikas that popped up in the San Dimas area last week, and detectives believe the same group is behind a series of arson fires nearby, officials said Tuesday.

A family who lives on the 1400 block of Greenhaven Street first noticed the offensive symbols burned into the artificial turf in their front yard shortly before 9 a.m. last Thursday, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Sgt. Peter Shupe.

The family is not Jewish and authorities do not believe they were singled out, Shupe noted.

It appeared the vandalism was carried out with a caustic chemical or flame.

Later on Thursday, deputies found similar swastikas burned into the roadway around the corner from the home, on Valley Center Street, in an unincorporated area between San Dimas and Covina.

By Sunday, another swastika was discovered burned on the street in the 1200 block of Stratford Lane, in San Dimas less than a mile from the first two locations, according to a sheriff’s news release.

Within the same time frame, three small brush fires were set within the Charter Oak Estates mobile home park at 801 W. Covina Blvd., a short distance east from the vandalism sites. A security camera in the development was also vandalized, officials said.

Investigators learned that three boys, ages 13 and 14, were spotted in the area in the late night hours during which the incidents occurred.

Sheriff’s officials identified them as a 14-year-old from Long Beach, and two 13-year-olds, one from Covina and the other from Hemet.

The boys were found Monday in San Dimas and eventually taken to juvenile detention. They are not being publicly identified due to their status as minors.

After obtaining a search warrant, investigators determined the group used cigarette lighters and aerosol cans to spark the small blazes.

The suspects were implicated in the crime series by their own statements, witness testimony, surveillance video and other evidence, the Sheriff’s Department said.

Deputies are investigating the incidents as arson, vandalism and hate crimes, and they plan to submit the case to the district attorney’s office.

Though a motive is still unclear, investigators do not believe any of the acts were meant to target a specific person or group of people.


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As a teen i would draw swastikas on random shit just to be an edgelord.
Thank god i grew up when a hoard of trannies wouldn't dox and threaten to kill you for drawing a symbol.

It’s shit. They really needed to go the art school for tards to improve their creative skills.


White Nationalists saving the Jewish race.

San Dimas? No way, dude!

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We need the stencil to beautify the symbol. Tree symbol on the centre of the NatSoc symbol.

What did he mean by this?

anybody who vandalizes a swastika needs to die

They're 13 year olds dude.

Heil Hortler!

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I always wanted to ask:
Is that image actually real or is it a montage?


Oh, the woeful state of today's crop circles.

10/10 idea

1/10 execution

Try stencils next time, fags

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It was a bunch of thirteen year olds. They probably don't even truly know what they are referencing.

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this. most of the time when swastikas are graffiti'd places, it's not a natsoc/wn or a jew, it's teenagers doing it because it's funny. I remember when I was young long before I was redpilled we'd do swastikas everywhere

How do you want to know that? Maybe more young people are National Socialists than you think. And why is it bad to draw swastikas everywhere, they are the symbol of National Socialism.

They'd be able to draw it properly, if that were the case.

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Yes, some of them here are shit, but that doesn't mean that they didn't mean it that way. In addition, they probably wanted to make it fast so they would not get caught by the police, which then happened after all.

I find it funny that you criticise them for their poor drawing skills.

How a swastika looks tells you who drew it.
Someone who's proud of the symbol and knows what it stand for will draw it correctly.
Someone who wants to make Nazis look like idiots will draw it incorrectly.