Two teens who set off acid bombs at the Skowhegan Walmart in November found out Monday what price they’ll pay.
15 year old Tyler Tatakis and 15 year old Emmanuel Hurtado both pleaded guilty to charges of criminal use of explosives and reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon.
They also admitted to other charges.
Both boys will be committed to the Mountain View Youth Development Center for thirty days, more if they misbehave.
They will also serve two years probation and each boy will be required to pay five-thousand dollars restitution.
Another juvenile charged with the Robbery of the Snack Shack restaurant on December 15th in Skowhegan was sentenced Monday as well.
16-year old Dillon Perkins will be sent to the Mountain View Youth Center until his 18th birthday.
Perkins pleaded guilty to the charge of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery, both felonies.
The District Attorney’s office is looking to try two other boys who were with Perkins as adults, they were both 17 at the time of the crime.