CORAL GABLES (CBSMiami) — A group of teens accused of walking into the home of former Miami Heat star Ray Allen faced a judge on Friday.

They were given a pre-trial diversion program.  As part of the program, they’ll have to do community service hours.

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According to our news partners the Miami Herald, each of the teens will also have to donate $ 1,000 to the Battier Take Charge Foundation within six months.

Once they do that, the state will drop all trespassing charges.

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One of the members of the group was not there. She will have her hearing in November.

Ray Allen and his wife did not appear in court on Friday.

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Police said Alana Elizabeth Garcia, 18, Jorge Jesus Guerrero, 18, Christian John Lobo, 18, Jonathan Louis Ramirez, 19, Kevin Ramos, 18, Ernesto Romero, 18, and Angel Alejandro, 18, reportedly went into Allen’s home in August around 2:30 a.m. through an unlocked door after a party in the CocoPlum neighborhood.

The group, according to police, thought no one was home and it would be cool to see Ray Allen’s house.

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The teens weren’t arrested after an investigation revealed that there wasn’t any intent to commit a crime.

It was a decision criticized by the Allens who later hired an attorney to handle the matter.

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