Police investigating hate crime in Troy

July 09, 2019 06:14 AM

Troy- The State Police Hate Crimes Task Force is heading to Troy.     

Stickers supporting white supremacists were plastered on telephone poles and mailboxes over the weekend. It was all taken down before NewsChannel 13 photographers got there.     


Governor Cuomo weighed in saying, "These materials are not just spreading hate speech, they are inciting fear and division within our communities, and we must all stand together and disavow this hate-fueled rhetoric immediately."    

He is sending the task force to help Troy police in their investigation.


WNYT staff

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