Reports issued to the Bloomington Police Department had some in the Jewish community worried about hate crimes on IU's campus.
For some, the possibility of getting caught is part of the thrill and one of the main reasons graffiti artists keep to the streets.
The garage is now handicap accessible 24 hours a day.
Mark Zacharias made his first court appearance today, but his pre-trial conference was rescheduled to April.
The Indiana University employee who is being charged with committing an act of anti-Semitic vandalism has been fired.
The Monroe County Circuit Court issued an arrest warrant yesterday afternoon for a member of the support staff at the Hutton Honors College.
54-year old Mark Zacharias is now officially the target of an IU Police Department investigation into recent antisemitic activity.
Terre Haute’s CANDLES Holocaust Museum founder says a recent spate of anti-Semitic vandalism in Bloomington may not have its roots in religious prejudice.
Police are investigating more cases of vandalism against IU’s Jewish population.