BGSU coach to meet with teens charged in racist graffiti incident

"White Power" and a Nazi swastika were written in chalk in front of BGSU men's basketball coach's home in October.

Two high school students accused of writing racist graffiti in front of a home belonging to the Bowling Green State University men's basketball coach last fall have been ordered to meet with him.

According to the Sentinel-Tribune, a Wood County Juvenile Court judge ordered the teens to schedule a face-to-face meeting with Louis Orr in the next few weeks.

The teens were charged with ethnic intimidation and criminal mischief for allegedly writing "white power" and drawing a swastika in front of the coach's house in October. Two other teens were charged with related crimes in the incident. All four are students at Bowling Green High School, the Sentinel-Tribune reports.

Wood County Prosecutor Paul Dobson told the Associated Press that Orr is very interested in talking with the teens, who are due back in court Feb. 14.