State indicts alleged price tag vandal over racist actions

The Jerusalem District Attorney filed an indictment on Sunday in the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court against Dor Oved, 21, of Mevaseret Zion for causing intentional property damage based on racist motivations, resisting arrest and illegal weapons possession.
According to the indictment, on March 4, the defendant parked in a lot near the town of Shiloh where the cars for Palestinian workers, with Palestinian Authority issued license plates, for the town were parked.
The defendant damaged several cars, including puncturing the back wheel of one car, breaking a front headlight of another car and breaking mirrors on two other cars, said the indictment.
Next, the indictment alleged that the defendant sprayed messages on four cars which said "death to the Arabs," love from the valleys," "revenge revenge" and "price tag price tag," along with a symbol of a Jewish star.
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