Vermont State Police say three men have been cited to appear in court on vandalism and other offenses near farms and fields in Bridport that an immigrant rights group calls a racist attack against migrant farmworkers.
Police said Wednesday that the offenses, including firing a weapon, appear to be part of a feud between local farm families that started as a dispute over access to a fishing area.
Police said they notified the Vermont attorney general's office under the bias incident reporting system and the investigation is ongoing.
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Migrant Justice posted on Facebook last month that for a couple of nights a group has surrounded the farmworkers' houses, yelling insults, breaking windows and air conditioning units and returning later to fire guns into the air.