Juveniles involved in fatal West Chester explosion sentenced

(HAMILTON, OH) -- Two of the juveniles who were involved in a fatal West Chester explosion that killed 19-year-old Daniel Ferraro in January were sentenced on Tuesday.

The teens, ages 14 and 15, pled guilty to amended charges of attempted negligent homicide. Their 90-day sentence in juvenile detention was suspecded if they will perform 75 hours of community service.

The teens will also have to write a letter of apology to the community and to Ferraro's family. They are also prohibited from posessing explosives.

Ferraro was killed while he, the teens and another friend, 19-year-old Robbie Moser, were trying to blow up a fort in a backyard. Moser avoided jail time, but has to perform 80 hours of public speeches on the dangers of explosives.