Toronto police arrest man after ‘hate-motivated graffiti’ investigation at York University

Police say a man has been arrested after “a number” of calls relating to “hate-motivated graffiti” at York University.

In a press release, Toronto police said they responded to multiple hate-motivated mischief calls around the university between April and June, 2022.

Police said several buildings were spray-painted with writing targeting “race and religious communities.”

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Toronto police said 35-year-old Trevor York had been arrested and charged with seven counts of  mischief (hate motivated) causing property damage under $5,000.

He was also charged with break and enter (hate motivated).

He appeared in court on Tuesday and the investigation is ongoing, police said.

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