2 teens turn themselves in after allegedly harassing Jewish family

Two Pleasantville teens have turned themselves in to police after allegedly making multiple anti-Semitic phone calls to a Jewish family, according to police.

Officials say the teens, both 16 years old, made at least five calls to the Mount Pleasant family.

Police say the teens were charged after police were given two recordings made by the victims.

The teens' names are being withheld because of their age but both have been released without bail until their next hearing on Nov. 3.

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