(RIVERTON, UT) – A Utah beauty queen linked to a vandalism case involving “Drano” bombs has reached a plea agreement with prosecutors. Kendra Gill, who was crowned Miss Riverton earlier this year, has agreed to pay a $500 fine and serve 200 hours of community service in exchange for having a misdemeanor charge dismissed. Three other teens made a similar agreement. A friend of the family said they were happy that it didn’t result in a felony charge. Gill later willingly gave up her crown, citing concerns that her title might be stripped later.
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