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      Aug 17

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      Today Normal Record 8/17/2016
    High 85° 83° N/A 83°
    Low 55° 57° N/A 60°

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    • Sunrise: 5:43 AM
    • Sunset: 7:04 PM
    • Duration: 13:21 hr

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    • Moonset: 3:44 PM
    • Duration: 14:20 hr
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    FOX 10 Phoenix Headlines

    Teens plead guilty in vandalism of menorah at Chandler home

    Three teens have pleaded guilty in the vandalism of a large ornamental menorah displayed outside a Chandler home in 2016 during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah.

    Maricopa County Attorney's Bill Montgomery's office says the teens pleaded guilty to misdemeanor criminal damage under a plea agreement requiring community service, letters of apology and restitution.

    The teens also must meet with a Holocaust survivor and write an essay on what they've learned.

    The teens removed the menorah and altered it to look like a Nazi swastika.

    Montgomery says the crime impacted many people besides the victims but created an opportunity to have a positive impact on young lives while promoting healing through education and understanding.

    A spokeswoman for Montgomery says the case of a young adult involved in the incident remains under review.

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