BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - David Hook, the man involved in a hate crime against a Sikh man back in September, has taken a plea deal.
He was accused of yelling racial slurs and throwing a drink of a Sikh man in a restaurant parking lot.
Hook was charged with violating civil rights by force or threat of force and battery on a person.
He pleaded no contest to both charges and was given three years of probation.
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