Four teenagers sentenced for vandalising Summer Grant memorial garden

Summer Grant

FOUR teenagers who vandalised a memorial garden dedicated to a Norwich schoolgirl have been sentenced.

Seven-year-old Summer Grant died in March last year when the bouncy castle she was playing on at a fair in Harlow was swept away by high winds.

A memorial garden was created at her school, Valley Primary, in Norwich but it was attacked in May.

Two teenagers, aged 16, and 17 were referred to the Youth Offending Team for six months and ordered to pay £100 in compensation, £20 in victim surcharges and court costs of £85.

A 17 year old was handed a Youth Rehabilitation and Supervision Order and must also pay £100 in compensation, £20 in victim surcharges and court costs of £85. They cannot be named for legal reasons.

A fourth teenager, Connor Rothwell, 18, from Norwich was sentenced at a previous hearing. He was fined £240, ordered to pay £100 in compensation, £30 in victim surcharges and court costs of £85.

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