Montauk Swastika Vandal Still Hasn't Been Indicted on Felonies; Plea Deal Could Be on Horizon - 27 East

Montauk Swastika Vandal Still Hasn’t Been Indicted on Felonies; Plea Deal Could Be on Horizon

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Michael Nicholoulias on the day of his arrest for two incidents of antisemitic graffiti in Montauk last fall. He has been wearing a GPS monitor since his release and reporting to probation officers while the charges against him appear headed to a plea deal with prosecutors. KYRIL BROMLEY

Michael Nicholoulias on the day of his arrest for two incidents of antisemitic graffiti in Montauk last fall. He has been wearing a GPS monitor since his release and reporting to probation officers while the charges against him appear headed to a plea deal with prosecutors. KYRIL BROMLEY

authorMichael Wright on May 22, 2024
The Montauk man arrested in December for spray-painting antisemitic words and images in several locations in Montauk has still not been indicted for the several felonies he is charged with,... more

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