Ex-Moriah student given good behaviour bond

February 24, 2009 by J-Wire
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19-yr-old Jaron Hoffenberg has been given a good behaviour bond following the vandalisation of the Bondi Junction’s Jews for Jesus store.

Magistrate William Brydon accepted that Hoffenberg was remorseful for his actions which were captured on CCTV. He pleaded guilty to having caused malicious damage to property and was placed on a one-year good behaviour bond.

Terence Abrams, 19, who was charged with the same offence, has had his case delayed until March 19. 

Hoffenberg had apologised to the Jews for Jesus director Bob Mendelsohn and had paid the $3000 damages bill.

Both boys are from Dover Heights. Hoffenberg’s lawyer told the court that the attack was alcochol induced.

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