Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Teen Won't Face Charge That He Drew 2 Swastikas

Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Teen Won't Face Charge That He Drew 2 Swastikas

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EAST RUTHERFORD -- A judge on Wednesday dismissed a criminal mischief charge against a former Becton Regional High School student accused of drawing swastikas in a bathroom at the school, with the court requiring that the youth later provide proof that he has enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Judge George Savino, sitting in East Rutherford Municipal Court, dismissed the charge against Dean Kaye, 18, of Carlstadt. But the judge told the teenager he would have to send the court a letter verifying that he had, in fact, enlisted in the military.

At a May hearing, Kaye entered a not-guilty plea to criminal mischief, an accusation he faced when Becton officials on April 27 found two of the Nazi symbols inside a restroom, with one drawn on the wall and the other carved into the wall of one of the stalls, borough police said. …

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