HOWARD COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Another Glenelg High School student is charged with a hate crime, and could serve weekends in jail under a new plea deal.

Our media partner the Baltimore Sun reports 18-year-old Tyler Curtiss pleaded not guilty to the hate crime charge but agreed to the statement of facts presented by prosecutors.

Under the agreement- Curtiss is being recommended to serve nine weekends at the Howard County Detention Center and do 150 hours of community service.

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He is one of four teens accused of spray painting racist graffiti on the school’s exterior walls, parking lot and sidewalks last May.

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