No suspects have been identified but they could face charges for malicious destruction of property.
“I hate to think that kind of thing is going on in Nye County and we’re going to do everything we possibly can to stop it, if it does,” Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly said. “I’m disappointed at humanity in general,” said Ahmed, who moved to the US more than 30 years ago. “They say stuff like this to me and it makes my blood boil because I am none of those things.” Ahmed said he received harassing phone calls about his race and religion about a month ago.Though he filed a restraining order against the caller,it has since expired. The Nye Country Sheriff’s Office has a team of five investigation looking into crime.I found to be hate a hate crime,the investigation will be handed over to the FBI. Be more tolerant.The world’s a big place and there’s enough room for everybody,”said Ahmed. For now,he intends to clean up and continue his work.” I know there’s hatred.It’s fed by ignorance.Educated people treat me just fine,”he said.