FRANKENMUTH (AP) – The last of five young suspects in the Christmas Day vandalism at Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth has accepted a plea deal and gone to jail.

Twenty-one-year-old Nickolas Bright made the plea as he was about to stand trial in the Christmas morning attack on the iconic Michigan tourist attraction. About 50 figurines were damaged.

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Saginaw County Circuit Judge James Borchard then revoked Bright’s bond ahead of his sentencing Sept. 15.

In exchange for his guilty plea to malicious destruction of property less than $20,000, prosecutor dropped a charge of malicious destruction over $20,000.

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The five vandals were ages 17 to 21 and from Genesee County’s Genesee Township.

Bronner’s is a popular stop for tourists and is about 75 miles northwest of Detroit.

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