The woman Syracuse police say set at least three fires last week in a Lodi Street neighborhood is also accused of leaving burning crosses at those fires.
Multiple media reports in the arson case of Tenea Grant of Syracuse say authorities accuse Grant of starting the fires by igniting wooden crosses and placing them at the fire scenes. A reverse swastika circled in spray paint was also found at one of the homes targeted. A search of Grant's home by police found several reverse swastikas there.
Police arrested Grant after evidence pointed to her setting three fires within 25 minutes Wednesday night. Police believe a fourth fire discovered Friday was also set by Grant during the same time frame.