Mich. teens sentenced for pop bottle explosions

Watervliet, Mich. Three teens who assembled homemade explosives in Watervliet now have the chance to clear their record of the offense.

That's according to our reporting partners at The Herald Palladium.

Francisco Velasquez and Fletcher Carpenter, both 18, and Tyler Mundt, 17, were sentenced on Monday.

They'll pay a fine and do community service for making pop bottle bombs and throwing them at a home, in a park, and in a school parking lot.

If the charges hadn't been dropped, the three could have faced up to three years in prison for the felony charges.


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