DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. -- The Cedar Mountain Park subdivision in Douglas County was struck with hate vandalism early Sunday morning.
Several homes and driveways were spray-painted with racial and anti-Semetic slurs.
One of the victims, who wished to conceal her identity, told 11Alive she was unaware of the vandalism until leaving her house early Sunday morning to attend church. She said she was stunned by what she saw and immediately at a loss to explain to her small son what the word "Nazi" meant.
The woman went on to express how baffled she was that such a thing could happen in the neighborhood that her family was one of the first to move into. They had never encountered any problems until this incident.
Those responsible for the crime face property-damage and hate-crime charges.