Greenwich teens charged with etching swastikas into cars

Three Greenwich teens have been charged with etching swastikas into neighborhood cars. Police say the teens videotaped themselves carving the swastikas back in May. A search of 17-year-old Tony Haight's home uncovered the videotape, several hand-drawn swastikas and carving knives. Police said Haight carved the swastikas Police say they can't charge the boys with hate crimes because they don't have the necessary evidence. The boys are free on bail and are due in court next week.

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