Town Officials Condemn Anti-Semitic Vandalism in East Meadow


The First Squad reports the details of a Bias incident that occurred on Monday, April 15th, at 6:23 am in East Meadow.

According to detectives, First Precinct officers while on patrol observed a Cedar Lane residence with Anti-Semitic graffiti written on the PVC fencing. After a thorough investigation officers determined that an unknown subject had also written Anti-Semitic graffiti on multiple fences of other Cedar Lane residences and on the sidewalk in front of 1400 Prospect Lane. The subject fled the scene in an unknown direction. The investigation is ongoing.

In response to the incident, Supervisor Clavin from the Town of Hempstead joined with Nassau DA Anne Donnelly to condemn the hateful vandalism and reaffirm the Town’s zero-tolerance policy against all forms of hate.


Statement from Rep. Anthony D’Esposito: “Earlier this morning, East Meadow in #NY04 was vandalized with antisemitic graffiti.

Let me be clear: this disgusting attempt at intimidation will fail.

New York & the United States will #StandWithIsrael. 🇺🇸 🇮🇱 ”


  1. D’Esposito is two faced. When the goyim in Rockville Centre said they wanted to ban shuls and didn’t want the Jews moving in, he agreed. When we are targeted with graffiti and he is in the fight for his political life in 6 months with an election he is poised to lose, all of the sudden he knows we exist and what we care about.

  2. Isn’t it always that way? To be a politician in this day and age one must excell in the art of talking from both sides of his mouth!!

  3. Our Republican DA Anne Donnelly just filed charges against the person who the police arrested for this. She did not charge him with ANY hate crimes. This is disgraceful. Call Donnelly’s office and demand that she charge this man with hate crimes!

  4. The person was released on no bail because this was not considered a hate crime by the District attorney Anne Donnelly .

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