Last Long Beach teen goes home

The now-18-year-old girl got probation and community service like the others, but did not receive sixty days of house arrest. She told the judge she was "truly saddened" by the beating of three white women but said she has the personal satisfaction of knowing she was not involved. CBS2, LAT

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