Racial slurs spraypainted on Florida woman's cars, home
BELLEVIEW, Fla. (AP) -- Florida deputies are investigating racial slurs that were found spray-painted on a woman's vehicles and home.
Belleview resident Nakea Darisaw tells news outlets that her phone line was also cut. “Go” was spraypainted on her door, and slurs demeaning African Americans were written on the cars and building. Someone also flattened Darisaw's tires, keyed her cars and broke both windshields.
Darisaw says members of her church, BreadBreaker's Ministries, are helping to clean up the damage found Saturday morning. BreadBreaker's Ministries member Summer Antonie says the church will repaint the home and install floodlights.
The Marion County Sheriff's Office is investigating the case as felony criminal mischief. The case could be elevated to a hate crime if deputies prove the family was targeted because of their race.
Homeowner Nakea Darisaw, who lives on East Highway 25 said she woke up Friday morning to find her entire home and vehicles spray painted in red.