Teens accused of anti-Semitic writings in Brooklyn Heights turn themselves in

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Two teens accused of anti-Semitic writings in Brooklyn Heights are now in police custody.

Police say on Oct. 30 the two teens drew multiple swastikas on the steps and garage doors of multiple residential homes on Garden Place between Joralemon Street and State Street. 

The teens are identified as 18-year-old Jarrick Wiltshire and 17-year-old Daul Moultrie. 

They are both charged with three counts of aggravated harassment. 

Police say the two turned themselves in after they saw themselves on TV. 

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