(l-r front row) Jorge Guerrero, Ernesto Romero, Christian Lobo, Kevin Ramos, Angel Sanchez and Jonathan Ramirez in court for arraignment charged with breaking into the Coral Gables home of NBA star Ray Allen, Friday October 17, 2014. They reached a pre-trial diversion for 100 hours of community service and $1000 donation to charity.
(l-r front row) Jorge Guerrero, Ernesto Romero, Christian Lobo, Kevin Ramos, Angel Sanchez and Jonathan Ramirez in court for arraignment charged with breaking into the Coral Gables home of NBA star Ray Allen, Friday October 17, 2014. They reached a pre-trial diversion for 100 hours of community service and $1000 donation to charity. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
(l-r front row) Jorge Guerrero, Ernesto Romero, Christian Lobo, Kevin Ramos, Angel Sanchez and Jonathan Ramirez in court for arraignment charged with breaking into the Coral Gables home of NBA star Ray Allen, Friday October 17, 2014. They reached a pre-trial diversion for 100 hours of community service and $1000 donation to charity. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Community service, $1K fine for teens who broke into Ray Allen’s home

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