(FOX NEWS) - A California woman who pleaded guilty to defacing several treasured national rock formations at national parks learned her sentence. She's getting two years of probation and she's also banned from all national parks and federal lands during her probation.
Tuesday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Sheila K. Oberto reportedly said Casey Nocket, 23, will also have to pay some kind of restitution.
Earlier this month, Nocket pleaded guilty in federal court to seven misdemeanors for the autumn 2014 painting spree at seven national parks, including Yosemite in California and Zion in Utah. She also admitted to defacing rocks at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon and Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado.
Then, she used Instagram and Tumblr to document her trip and her graffiti-like work, which led to broad outrage on social media.
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