One Jewish Center vandal back in detention

NORWICH – With strict orders laid before them, three youths accused of vandalizing the Norwich Jewish Center returned home Wednesday. However, within hours of their release, one of them was picked up by police and sent back to a detention home in Syracuse.



The youth, whose name is being withheld due to his age, will spend the next 30 days in a detention facility, said Frank Revoir, the county attorney who is prosecuting the case.

“After getting notice that he did not return to school and he was hanging around in downtown Norwich, the judge signed a warrant to pick him up. He got picked up by the police and was brought back into family court the same day,” the prosecutor said.


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