A Rocky Point teenager who went on graffiti-spraying spree near his home was charged Friday with hate crimes after police found several swastikas on a house and retaining wall, Suffolk police said.

A 911 caller reported the vandalism on a vehicle and a Bobcat utility vehicle on Clio Road on Friday morning, and when officers arrived, they noticed graffiti on other streets, including the swastikas on Garden Road, police said.

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Christopher Collins, 18, of Freya Road, was charged with two counts of first-degree aggravated harassment and five counts of making graffiti, police said. He is expected to be arraigned Saturday.

He defaced the properties Thursday night, including a Locust Drive home and street signs on Locust Drive and Clio Road, police said.