Alessandra Luckey, The Republic | azcentral.com
‘From the bottom of my heart I apologize to your family,’ 19-year-old says in Facebook post.
One of the four people arrested on suspicion of vandalizing of a menorah in Chandler took to Facebook to post a public apology.
Clive Jamar Wilson and three friends, boys younger than 18, were arrested Friday on suspicion of contorting a Chandler family’s decorative light-up menorah into a swastika in December.
Wilson, 19, wrote a public apology on Facebook two days after his arrest. He started the post by stating he is sorry for the “prank.”
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