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2 teens sentenced in Calabasas anti-Semitic graffiti case

by Jonah Lowenfeld

September 15, 2011 | 11:54 am

Two 17-year-old boys admitted in juvenile court on Wednesday to vandalizing the Calabasas High School campus in April, according to a statement from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office.

The boys were ordered by Sylmar Juvenile Court Referee Mark Frazin to complete 100 hours of community service, pay $6,000 in restitution, attend counseling and attend a program at the Museum of Tolerance.

The graffiti, which was largely anti-Semitic in nature and included the names of a handful of students at the school and two faculty members, also included racist slurs against other ethnic groups. 

A third boy, also 17, is scheduled to return to court for trial in November.

The identities of the teens are not being released.

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