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Five charged for allegedly terrorizing boys at a Jewish summer camp in Pa.

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(CBS/AP) WAYMART, Pa. - Five people have been charged with terrorizing campers at a Jewish summer camp in northeastern Pennsylvania.

According to authorities in Wayne County, three adults and two juveniles allegedly sped through Camp Bonim in Clinton Township in a pickup truck three times during July, shooting paintballs at campers, destroying property and yelling racial epithets.

Eighteen-year-old Tyler Spencer, 21-year-old Mark Trail, 18-year-old Cassandra Robertson and two unnamed juveniles face charges including ethnic intimidation, terroristic threats and riot.

Spencer had been charged earlier in a hit-and-run accident involving a camp counselor.

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