Prison Sentence For Ethnic Intimidation

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HONESDALE — A man who pleaded guilty to ethnic intimidation in December was sentenced Thursday in Wayne County.

Mark Trail, 22, received six months to three years in prison.

Investigators say on three occasions in July of 2012, Trail and four others drove through Camp Bonim at high speed, destroying property, yelling racial remarks, and shooting paint balls at campers.

Camp Bonim is a Jewish summer camp in Clinton Township, near Waymart.

Tyler Spencer pleaded guilty to related charges in January.