Swastika burned in family's yard
SARVER, Pa. (AP) — Police are investigating after a swastika was burned into the yard of western Pennsylvania family.
John Namey of Sarver says he's not sure why the family is being targeted, TV station WTAE (http://bit.ly/17REyjU ) reports Friday. Namey says his daughter is gay and has been threatened with violence, and his son's car was also vandalized this week. Sarver is about 25 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
Namey says local police are investigating.