Patch - Casey Meserve) Plymouth
Plymouth teens who allegedly spray-painted swastikas on walls at the MBTA commuter rail station at last week face vandalism charges, Plymouth Police said. Cordage Park
The phrase "Nazi propaganda" was also painted on a sign near the platform.
Alexander Dearn, 19, and a 15-year-old have been charged with defacing property.
However, the chairman of
’s No Place for Hate committee, Barry Meltzer, believes it was an attack against the entire community. Plymouth
“That station is used as the entry way into our town, especially in the summer with all the new visitors and everything and the train’s coming in, then you know it’s directed at the town because otherwise it wouldn’t be done,” Meltzer told WATD.
The incident will be discussed when the No Place for Hate committee meets Thursday night at
. Plymouth Town Hall