Ohio man arrested after spray painting ‘go home evil Jews’ in cemeteryBy Mason White 6:18 PM August 8, 2013
By: Eva Fett
A man was arrested and charged with vandalism related charges after he spray painted anti-Semitic graffiti inside a cemetery, according to police reports in Ohio.
Springfield Police said that An Akron man is accused of writing anti-Semitic insults in a mausoleum in the Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery.
Slavko Mazibrada, 56, is being held in the Summit County Jail on a charge of fifth-degree felony vandalism.
Court records show he was arrested on Thursday by the Springfield Township Police. Officers were responding to the Canton Road cemetery after a caller said someone wrote “JEWS GO HOME EVL Z” and “Dead” on the side of a mausoleum.
Mazibrada was arrested not far from the cemetery on Albrecht Avenue. “Witness statements and evidence at the scene” led officers to arrest Mazibrada, Sergeant Eric East said.
Cemetery workers were assigned to clear the insults. The cleanup is expected to cost more than $7,000, police said.