Cops busted one of the three vandals who spray-painted “Jew” across the front door of the father of an assistant state attorney general’s Bronx home, police said Thursday.
Jared Lewis, 16, was arrested around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to authorities.
Philip Michael, 77, the father of four-year assistant state attorney general Jennifer Michael, stepped out of his home in Fieldston to grab the newspaper about 7:30 a.m. when he spotted the hateful vandalism, police said.
Lewis, of North Riverdale in the Bronx, is charged with criminal mischief in a hate crime.
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Cops on Monday released footage of the three vandals wanted in connection with the crime.
Police have identified Lewis’ two abject accomplices but they will not be charged at this time.