Two University of Missouri Students Arrested on Suspicion of Anti-Semitic Harassment of Jewish Peer

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The Columbia Tribune reports: University of Missouri police on Monday arrested two students suspected of harassing another person with anti-Semitic remarks, both verbally and in writing, dating back to August.

Noah B. Rogers, 19, and Erich J. Eastman, 18, were arrested on suspicion of first-degree harassment, a Class E felony punishable by up to four years in prison. Each was released from the Boone County Jail after posting a $1,500 bond.

MU police Maj. Weimer said officers were called at 8 p.m. to McDavid Hall, where they spoke with the victim, a male student, and arrested the two suspects without incident. It was unclear whether any harassment occurred Monday, Weimer said.

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