Anti-Semitic vandal pleads guilty, possible plea deal

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The man accused of repeatedly vandalizing a Nob Hill business with anti-Semitic plead guilty on Thursday. He was sentenced to four years probation.

60-year-old John W. Ng was arrested on federal hate crime charges last year for allegedly targeting the Jewish Nosh Deli and Bakery.

On Thursday, he was scheduled for a change of plea hearing, indicating that he may have made a deal with prosecutors.

Ng has been undergoing mental health treatment since his arrest. He was released to a halfway house pending trial.

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