Two Teens Charged With Ethnic Intimidation for Cross Burning

Two 16-year-old boys were charged with ethnic intimidation after authorities say they burned a 6-foot-tall wooden cross outside a home near Detroit.

The boys' names weren't immediately released. Both were ordered held Thursday at the Wayne County Juvenile Detention Facility.

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The wooden cross was erected and set ablaze early June 20 outside a Sumpter Township home, said township police Detective John Toth. According to court records, the FBI is also investigating a man who might have been involved.