Accused Jewish Center vandal released

NORWICH – A teenager accused of vandalizing a Norwich synagogue was released to his mother Wednesday after serving 30 days in a juvenile detention center for violating the terms of his first release.

The 14-year old-youth and two other teenagers, both 13, are accused of third degree burglary in connection with the floor-by-floor destruction that took place April 6 inside the Norwich Jewish Center on South Broad Street. The youths are also accused of breaking into the Chenango County Council of the Arts building the same day.

Frank Revoir, the county’s attorney who is prosecuting the case, has reported that the damage to all four stories of the Jewish Center totals over $200,000.

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