MU student arrested after racist graffiti on dorm
Monday, February 14, 2011
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — An 18-year-old student is facing charges after racist graffiti was found on a dormitory at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Campus police say the student was released on 10 percent of $4,500 bond after he was arrested Saturday night. He faces charges of second-degree property damage, which is a felony.
A slur that included the n-word was discovered on a sculpture in front of Hatch Hall Saturday morning.
Police won’t say what led them to arrest the student.
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