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Sacramento CEO Needs Public Help In Hate Crime Investigation Against Local Educator

Sacramento police are investigating a hate crime vandalism case against the vice principal of a local high school – and now they need the public’s help to identify those seen on surveillance footage. recently announced. . Dr Elysse Versher, the school’s vice-principal, said she was the victim of racist language directed at her. Versher said she’s still trying to process the racial slurs she’s seen. “I was walking to my designated parking spot when I saw an N written five times near my parking spot,” Versher said. Versher believes a student who was previously disciplined for breaking a school rule, as well as other students, was behind it. And that’s not the only thing they’ve done, she says. “Students have been posting pictures of my kids, my 4-year-old and my 8-year-old, calling me Black Hitler, calling me the N-word and all this stuff,” Versher said. Sacramento police are investigating the graffiti as a case of hate crime vandalism. Detectives along with the Bureau’s biased crime task force were assigned to solve the case. Police said that during the investigation, detectives had been reviewing surveillance footage for several hours and now they need the public’s help to identify the three people in the video. By identifying these people, we can move closer to justice,” said Versher. The Sacramento City Unified School District sent KCRA the following three statements: “Racism and discriminatory language” Race is to blame, and hurts our entire community of students and staff, especially when it comes to specific individuals. Sac City Unified campuses should be safe places for everyone and support centers that provide opportunities for all students to learn, grow, and reach great heights. Racist language and actions will not be tolerated. Racist language found at the West Facility targeted by Dr. Elysse Versher has reached the threshold of a hate crime. Sac City Unified is investigating the incident and is working with the Sacramento Police Department. The district will take appropriate action against anyone determined to be involved as a result of the ongoing investigation. “But Versher says the District isn’t doing enough.” It doesn’t make me feel safe going back to work,” Versher said. Versher is pleading with the public to help find out who is seen in the surveillance footage, so she can get justice. Versher said Sacramento Police are urging any witnesses or anyone with information about the incident to contact the dispatch center at (916) 808-5471 or Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers at (916) 443- HELP Crime Stoppers tippers can remain anonymous, and they may also be eligible for rewards up to $1,000.

Sacramento police are investigating a hate crime vandalism case against the vice principal of a local high school – and now they need the public’s help to identify those seen on surveillance footage. recently announced.

The incident happened at West Campus High School in November. Dr. Elysse Versher, the school’s vice-principal, said she was the victim of racist language directed at her. Versher says she’s still trying to process the racial slurs she’s seen.

“I was walking to my designated parking spot when I saw an N written five times near my parking spot,” Versher said. “It felt like a big betrayal. I was shocked and hurt.”

Versher believes a student who was previously disciplined for breaking school rules, as well as other students, was behind this. And that’s not the only thing they’ve done, she says.

“Students post pictures of my kids, my 4-year-old and my 8-year-old, calling me Black Hitler, calling me the letter N and all this,” Versher said.

Sacramento police are investigating the graffiti as a case of hate crime vandalism. Detectives and the Bureau’s biased anti-crime task force were assigned to solve the case. Police said that during their investigation, detectives had been looking at surveillance footage for several hours and now need the public’s help to identify the three people featured in the video.

Versher says it’s important for anyone with any information to come forward.

“We appreciate the public’s support in identifying these people, so we can move closer to justice,” Versher said.

The Sacramento City Unified School District sent KCRA the following three statements:

“Racism and racist language are deplorable, and hurtful to our entire community of students and staff, especially when targeted at specific individuals. Sac City Unified must be a safe place for all and a center of support that creates opportunities for all students to learn, grow, and achieve greatness. Racist language found on the West Campus targeting Dr. Elysse Versher has reached the threshold of a hate crime Sac City Unified is investigating the incident and is working with Sacramento Police Department. The district will take appropriate action against anyone determined to be involved as a result of the ongoing investigation.”

But Versher says the District isn’t doing enough.

“I don’t feel safe going back to work,” Versher said.

Now, Versher is begging the public to help find out who the people seen in the surveillance footage are, so she can get justice.

“If you commit this terrible act, you should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” Versher said.

Sacramento Police urge any witnesses or anyone with information about the incident to contact the dispatch center at (916) 808-5471 or Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers at (916) 443-HELP. Tippers through Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous, and they may also be eligible for rewards up to $1,000.

https://www.kcra.com/article/sacramento-need-publics-help-hate-crime-investigation-educator/38493703 Sacramento CEO Needs Public Help In Hate Crime Investigation Against Local Educator

JOE HERNANDEZ

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