Los Angeles Police Cmdr. Horace Frank, right, shows a photo of multiple weapons found in the home of a man charged with making terrorist threats to the Islamic Center of Southern California, during a police news conference Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016 in Los Angeles. Mark Lucian Feigin was arrested last week on the charge, which has been designated as a hate crime, according to authorities. Feigin, 40, has been released on bail. Police say Feigin first called the Islamic center Sept. 19 and left a hate-filled voicemail. The next day, they say, he called and threatened to kill people at the center. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)Los Angeles Police Cmdr. Horace Frank, right, shows a photo of multiple weapons found in the home of a man charged with making terrorist threats to the Islamic Center of Southern California, during a police news conference Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016 in Los Angeles. Mark Lucian Feigin was arrested last week on the charge, which has been designated as a hate crime, according to authorities. Feigin, 40, has been released on bail. Police say Feigin first called the Islamic center Sept. 19 and left a hate-filled voicemail. The next day, they say, he called and threatened to kill people at the center. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

Hate Crimes Surge In California – Report Shows Double-Digit Increase

California’s report follows a June 30 study by the nonpartisan Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, which detailed dramatic increases in the number of hate crimes in four major U.S. cities so far in 2017.