Two Sentenced for Vandalism After Game 7

Prosecutors say one man kicked out a tail light on an LAPD vehicle. Another is a Marine in custody at Camp Pendleton

Two more jail sentences were handed down Tuesday in connection with the mayhem that occurred after the Lakers' NBA title win.

If you're keeping score, that's three out of 10 people charged in the June 17 melee.

The most recent subjects -- Mark Hull, 20, and Carlos Fuentes, 22 -- face 90-day jail terms. Both pleaded no contest Monday to  one count of vandalism. They also were ordered to stay away from the Staples Center  for the duration of their probation.

And that's not all for Hull. He's in federal custody at Camp Pendleton and facing felony charges of desertion from the United States Marine Corps.

Hull was arrested after  throwing rocks through a window of a business on Olive Avenue,  according to the City Attorney's Office.

He faces an Aug. 17 restitution hearing.

As for Fuentes, he kicked and broke one of the rear lights of a police vehicle, according to prosecutors. He was ordered to pay $410 in restitution to the Los Angeles Police Department for the cost to repair the  tail-light.

Steve Quintanilla, 22, was sentenced to 90 days in jail
-- along with a  six-month term for violating his parole -- after pleading no contest earlier  this month to a misdemeanor charge of inciting a riot. 

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