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McCrickard's Sentence Adjusted for Breaking Bayonet Off Doughboy Statue

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Lynchburg, VA - Jessica McCrickard must write each of the 276 names at Monument Terrace by hand and submit them to a judge under a new pleaagreement. Judgee R. Edwin Burnette, Jr. added that requirement to the revised deal Tuesday. McCrickard must complete 100 hours of community service in addition to the 100 hours from her previous plea agreement.

McCrickard has originally been sentenced to attend four weekly troop rallies at Monument Terrace. After her first two visits, veterans told the Commonwealth's Attorney they no longer wanted her there, because of her disrespectful attitude. The Commonwealth's Attorney asked the court to change McCrickard's punishment, to not include required troop rally attendance.

McCrickard has until August 31 to complete the first 100 hours of community service and submit the names to the judge. The second 100 hours must be completed by December 31. McCrickard's attorney told the judge she intends to complete the community service at the Daily Bread and Salvation Army.

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