(CBS/AP) STAUNTON, Va. - Dylan Crook's BB gun vandalism spree that damaged 33 vehicles and caused more than $4,100 in damage has landed him a year in jail, according to officials.
The News Leader reports that a Staunton General District Court judge convicted the 19-year-old Virginia man on three destruction of property counts Wednesday.
Judge George Mooney sentenced Crook to three years in jail with two years suspended. He also ordered Crook to make restitution to the victims.
Crook has been in jail since his arrest on Dec. 22, 2010. He'll receive credit for time served.
Mooney agreed to take under advisement the dismissal of 30 other destruction of property counts and a drug charge.
The vandalism occurred last winter.
Juvenile court charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor are pending.