Raymond Stevens


A New Hampshire man who allegedly scrawled racist graffiti on the homes of African refugees was busted after a hardworking detective went through hundreds of gun permits and other documents looking for a handwriting match. After the officer found striking similarities, including a distinctive “b,” on one permit, an investigation led to the arrest of tattoo parlor owner Raymond Stevens, the AP reports. Police say the 42-year-old wrote messages including “The subhumans in this house are enjoying a free ride,” “You are not welcome here,” and “We cannot coexist with Third World scum” on the homes of four refugee families, leaving them in fear of a violent attack.

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