The deal calls for Emmanual Hurtado and Tyler Tatakis, both of Skowhegan, to serve 30 days in a Detention Center. The 15-year-olds would also have to do 150 hours of community service, pay five thousand dollars in restitution, and they’d be on probation for two years.
Prosecutors say the teens set off two homemade acid bombs in the Wal-Mart on November 25th. At least eight people were treated for ear and eye irritation.
A judge will decide on Monday whether to accept the plea agreement.