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Three Miami students toppled a Jewish holiday hut at roughly 2 a.m. on Oct. 15 at Hillel Miami's property. The students have plead guilty to a charge of misdemeanor vandalism.

Students plead guilty to Hillel vandalism

The three Miami University students who trespassed onto Miami Hillel’s property and knocked over a religious hut have accepted guilty pleas for the crime. The students will now each pay a $750 fine in addition to $1,099 owed for damages to the Sukkot which will be split between them.


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