Report: OC Hate Crimes Continue Upward Trend, With Muslims And Jewish People The Most TargetedAccording to a report from the Orange County Human Relations Commission released Tuesday, there were 56 reported hate crimes in 2017, up from 50 in 2016 and 44 in 2015.
Irvine Man Charged With Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes After Being Turned In By Family MemberOfficials said on or about April 16, 2018, Rose told a family member that he wanted to kill people while making threats against Jewish people.
LA County Sees Spike In White Supremacist Hate CrimesThe report also found that the LGBTQ community was the largest group targeted by hate crimes in 2016.
Study: Violent Political Confrontations Rising In CaliforniaProfessor Brian Levin says that violent political confrontations are increasing in California along with a statewide rise in hate crimes.
Study: Hate Crimes Soaring In City of Los AngelesOne researcher says some hate crimes remain unreported because victims are afraid of being deported.
Oak Park Holds Unity Rally To Fight Bigotry, Hate CrimesKids and adults also took a peace pledge to promote calm, unity and respect in the community
Bomb Threat To Irvine Jewish Center Comes Amid Increase In Orange County Hate CrimesA bomb threat that forced the evacuation of a Jewish community center in Irvine was just one of many hate crimes and hate incidents to take place in Orange County lately.
Police: 'Awful Language,' No Specific Threat In Hate Letters Sent To MosquesAuthorities joined Muslim community leaders to condemn a series of threatening letters sent to Southern California mosques.
Rash Of Anti-Semitic Fliers Sent To Colleges Around The Country, Including USCThe fliers are addressed to "white men" and disparage Jewish people. They include links to a neo-Nazi website.
LA County Hate Crimes Jump After Paris, San Bernardino AttacksNearly a dozen hate crimes against Muslims and Middle Easterners were reported in Los Angeles County over November and December, compared to one such crime during the same period in 2014.
Hate Crimes, Homicides Declined In California In 2014The state attorney general's office says hate crimes and homicides decreased across California in 2014, along with most other crimes.