Guilty Plea In Jewish Camp Incident

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HONESDALE — A Wayne County man has pleaded guilty to charges in an ethnic intimidation case.

Tyler Spencer, 18, entered the plea Thursday in Wayne County court.

Authorities said Spencer, along with two adults and two juveniles, went into Camp Bonim on several occasions in July of 2012, driving recklessly, destroying property, and shooting paintball guns at campers.

Camp Bonim is a Jewish summer camp in Clinton Township.

Spencer pleaded guilty to ethnic intimidation, terroristic threats, and reckless endangerment.

He is scheduled to be sentenced in April.