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Teenagers Will Face Shaming Instead Of Prosecution

Thursday, June 20, 2013                                          4:25 AM 

Three Rawson teenagers will endure a public shaming for their role in defacing public property. The Courier reports that the 16 and 17 year-olds admitted to painting an expletive and the initials C-R on the village water tower. Rawson Mayor Jerry Griggs came up with a creative punishment instead of pressing charges. The boys will have to perform 40 hours of community service while wearing vests that say, "I will not destroy public property again." Griggs said fortunately the vandalism was done before a second coat of paint was added to the new tower.



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