By Post Wire Services
September 3, 2007 -- A member of a white supremacist group and a teenage accomplice were arrested on charges of scrawling swastikas and other anti-Semitic graffiti on the side of a synagogue and on a school bus, a school and a house on Long Island, police said yesterday.
Swastikas and anti-Jewish slurs scrawled in red spray paint were found Saturday on the Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore in Plandome, on a school bus parked at Roslyn HS and on a Roslyn Estates home, police said. Graffiti also was found at a nearby elementary school.
Police on Saturday arrested John Rocissano, 20, and Matthew Felicetti, 17, in all four incidents. Rocissano, of Manhasset, and Felicetti, of Floral Park, were to be arraigned on several counts of aggravated harassment and criminal mischief.