(WMAR) — The remaining two of the four former students charged with hate crimes after graffiti was found on Glenelg High School property in May 2018 have been sentenced.
According to the Office of the State's Attorney for Howard County, Matthew Lipp was sentenced to three years suspending all but 16 weekends in jail. And Tyler Curtiss received a three-year sentence suspending all but eight weekends in jail.
The two teens were among two other teens, Joshua Shaffer and Seth Taylor, who were accused of wearing masks to spray-paint racial, anti-Semitic, and anti-LGBTQ slurs on the school with one of the slurs targeting the school principal.
In March, a judge sentenced Shaffer to three years in prison suspending all but 18 weekends in jail, and Taylor received a three-year sentence suspending all but nine weekends in jail.
Lipp and Curtiss were also ordered to serve three years of supervised probation, 250 hours of community service, drug/alcohol screening/treatment, restitution for damages to the high school, along with a fine and court costs.