Two juveniles accepted plea agreements Tuesday in the bullying case of Lennon Baldwin, the Morris Township teen who killed himself in March, according to MorristownGreen.com.
The youths, who were 17 at the time of the incidents and therefore are not being identified, each received one year of probation in the plea deal, according to the article.
One pleaded guilty to third-degree conspiracy to commit theft and simple assault, a disorderly persons offense. The other pleaded guilty to third-degree theft and fourth-degree obstruction of justice.
Baldwin, a Morris Township resident and freshman at , was caught on camera being assaulted at the school in early March and then told by the juveniles to tell authorities it had been a prank. Then, when one of the juveniles was suspended, they and allegedly robbed Baldwin in the parking lot as payment for getting the one juvenile suspended.
The two juveniles . Baldwin took his own life the following day, with many speculating his suicide was related to those incidents earlier that month.
Conway, being tried as an adult, returns to court on July 31.
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