The four men charged with vandalizing a large dam in Fremont last year, an act that led to the loss of nearly 50 million gallons of water, have all agreed to plea deals.
Drake Elkhouri, the man prosecutors say stabbed the inflatable dam on Alameda Creek on May 21, pleaded guilty to felony vandalism last month and has been sentenced to one year in county jail.
Dylan Jeffery, Gavin Palmon and Zackory Morton all pleaded guilty to misdemeanor trespassing. They ended up each serving around 40 days in jail, according to Teresa Drenick, a spokeswoman for the Alameda County District Attorney's Office.
Elkhouri, the main defendant, could end up having to pay for the damage related to the vandalism, including the cost of the loss of water, Drenick said in an email. A restitution hearing on how much he would have to pay is set for early March.
Elkhouri's lawyer has not returned calls for comment.