University of Michigan Fraternity Houses Targeted by Hate: Swastika Vandalism Investigated


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ANN ARBOR, MI – The City of Ann Arbor Police Department (AAPD) is investigating a disturbing act of hate at two off-campus University of Michigan fraternity houses. 

According to police reports, vandals targeted the locations at 1928 Geddes Avenue and 800 Oxford Road, defacing them with hateful symbols, including a swastika. The AAPD seeks community assistance to identify suspects who committed the vandalism between 5 pm on July 17th and 6 am on July 18th. 

Ann Arbor reaffirms its commitment to inclusivity and urges anyone with information to contact the AAPD at 734.794.6939 or


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