Man who spray painted swastika on Lincoln temple sentenced to prison
LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - The man who painted a swastika and racial epithets on a Lincoln temple in January 2020 was sentenced to a year in prison on Friday.
Noah Miller, 22, of Lincoln, was convicted of a hate crime and criminal mischief, according to the Lancaster County Attorney.
Miller vandalized the South Street Temple in January 2020 – spray painting a swastika and racial epithets on the door and steps of the temple.
He was also arrested in December in connection to a string of other crimes in recent months, including stealing a wallet from a vehicle and using counterfeit cash.
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