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More Graffiti Threats Against Gov. Brown Found in Santa Ana

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More spray-painted graffiti threats against Governor Jerry Brown and President Barack Obama have been spotted in Santa Ana today, reports the OC Register. The report came in early this morning about three locations of the messages on Greenville Street between Hall and Alton avenues, say local authorities. This is the second time such graffiti has shown up in this area; in January, graffiti claiming Brown would be assassinated on Valentine's Day was also discovered there, and considered a "terrorist threat."

The OC has been the spot for much hate-fueled public spray-painting lately. In what could be a separate case, 53-year-old Kim Rebar Henry of Fullerton was arrested on Valentine's Day for allegedly leaving a series of misspelled racial, religious, and ethnic slurs in multiple locations. Henry is currently being held in jail in Orange County. The anti-Brown and anti-Obama messages are under investigation.