Police charge man accused of sending hate email to town supervisor

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GREENBURGH -

Greenburgh police have filed criminal charges against a man who allegedly sent an anti-Semitic email to Town Supervisor Paul Feiner.       

The hate-filled email was allegedly sent to Feiner last month by a person now identified as 42-year-old Timothy Goetze, of White Plains.

Goetze has been charged with a felony count of aggravated harassment as a hate crime.

The email came after Feiner was quoted in a local newspaper about a Confederate monument at a cemetery.

Feiner says he could not publicly release the email, under provisions from the Westchester District Attorney's Office.
 

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