New York man is accused of allegedly hoaxing hate crime by spray painting his own car with KKK, the N-word, swastikas and against BLM
A New York man is accused of allegedly vandalizing his own car with the N-word, KKK, and swastikas alongside with messages in support of President Donald Trump’s re-election.
The vehicle, BMW X5 belonging to 18-year-old Clifton Eutsey of North Buffalo, New York was found last month spray-painted with hate messages like KKK, the N-word, homophobic slurs, and against BLM.
The windshield of the car was smashed, and the sugar was poured into the gas tank, New Buffalo police reported.
According to Erie County District Attorney, Eutsey did it himself and now the young man is facing multiple charges, including third-degree insurance fraud, a felony.
The other charges are: falsely reporting an incident, a misdemeanor; offering a false instrument for filing, a misdemeanor; and falsifying business records, a misdemeanor.
Eutsey, who was previously charged for carrying two loaded illegal guns, was released on his own recognizance and is scheduled for a January 11 felony hearing. If convicted on all charges, the young man can spend up to seven years behind bars.