Marco Torres was sentenced Monday to 24 months’ probation and ordered to pay restitution in an amount to be specified by the District 11 probation office for three counts of misdemeanor criminal mischief.
Torres, 18, accepted a plea deal that dropped two felony criminal mischief charges.
He was one of three men arrested on Valentine’s Day after numerous calls of glass being broken in vehicles inNorth Platte.
Deputy County Attorney Kortnei Hoeft said Torres received the same deal that his co-defendant Bryce Wood accepted recently.
“He will have to share in restitution,” Hoeft said. “The total damages are close to $30,000.”
Adam Kelsey, 16, is also charged.
Police investigated more than 25 reports of damage, most of which occurred between 2-6 a.m. on Feb. 14. Windows and tail lights were knocked out, along with damage to the bodies of some vehicles.
Police followed leads from home security videos as well as facebook posts to find the culprits.