Grosse Pointe Teens Enter Plea Deal In Graffiti Case

(Detroit, MI) -- Three Grosse Pointe Woods teens accused of spray painting several buildings in downtown Detroit have accepted plea deals. Eighteen-year-old Isabella Meter, 17-year-old Mackenzie Snitgen and 17-year-old Mary Harder have reportedly accepted deals that would commit each to 60 hours of community service, including cleaning graffiti from buildings. Authorities say in exchange for the community service, their criminal records would be wiped clean next year. The teens had been charged with one count of malicious destruction of a building and faced up to five-years behind bars for the June 22nd incident.