Two Who Wanted To Attack A Muslim Community Sentenced Today

Rochester, N.Y. - Two of the four suspects who pleaded guilty in a plot to attack an Islamic community in the Southern Tier have been sentenced.

Andrew Crysel and Brian Colaneri will each serve four-to-12 years in prison, after pleading guilty to charges of second-degree conspiracy related to terrorism. They were part of a group that also included Vincent Vetromile and Nicholas Pheilshifter. All were arrested after a tip to Greece Police.

Officers executing search warrants found three improvised explosive devices, as well as shotguns and rifles the four had planned to use in an attack on Islamberg

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