Community Center evacuated while couple receives hate mail
A letter with this star and “Jude” were found on a Rockville couple’s windshield. COURTESY PHOTO
ROCKVILLE – Law enforcement is investigating two anti-Semitic crimes this week after a Jewish community center received a bomb threat and a couple received an angry letter after displaying a Black Lives Matter banner.
The bomb threat, which his being handled by Montgomery County police, was one of several across the country at Jewish community centers on Jan. 9.
Rockville Police said they are investigating after a Jewish couple who support Black Lives Matter saw their car defaced with eggs at the end of last week, had toilet paper hung from a tree outside their condominium and received a letter that called their support for the movement anti-white, anti-police and irritating.