Bus vandal sentenced to community work
Tue, 26 Feb 2013 12:13p.m.
By Thomas Mead
A Canterbury teen may be discharged without conviction after damaging 33 windows on 14 buses in Christchurch.
Appearing the Nga Hau e Wha marae this morning, 18-year-old Jack Dargan was given 100 hours community work over the vandalism. If he completes the work by June 28, the student will be discharged without a conviction.
The vandal has admitted causing the $2100 dollars worth of damage in an appearance last year, by scratching the windows as he rode on them.
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27/02/2013 10:52:44 a.m.
What a pathetic joke sentence by another soft judge. Has the little angel paid to repair the damage his childish actions caused?
26/02/2013 3:04:09 p.m.
Well done judge, in effect you've just made vandalism legal.
26/02/2013 1:01:30 p.m.
And once again our Nanny Judicial System lets a criminal off, what a joke, but it's to be expected these days.
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