Vadim Imperioli is due again in Harrison courtroom on March 7.

HARRISON – The son of actor Michael Imperioli was arraigned Tuesday on a felony mischief cost tied to the invention of swastikas in a Buy School dorm, however the rely is a “non-bias cost” that doesn’t allege it was meant as a hate crime, in accordance with prosecutors.

Robert Wolf, a spokesman for Westchester District Lawyer Anthony Scarpino, stated the cost towards Vadim Imperioli was decided after “an in depth investigation” into the matter that included chatting with the younger man about his intentions.

The case was adjourned till March 7 at Imperioli’s request, he stated.

Imperioli, whose father, Michael Imperioli, performed mobster Christopher Moltisanti on HBO’s “The Sopranos,” was arrested in late November in reference to the Nov. 20 incident, which a campus spokeswoman stated concerned gadgets on a bulletin board.

Wolf stated Michael Imperioli attended his son’s Tuesday’s courtroom look, Wolf stated.

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Imperioli was also in Harrison court last month to answer an unrelated petty larceny charge involving the unauthorized use of a car Oct. 13. Wolf said that case was also continued until March 7.

Reporter Matt Coyne contributed to this report. 


Vadim Imperioli, son of ‘Sopranos’ star Michael Imperioli, arrives in court on Dec. 6, 2016, to face a petit larceny charge. He was also arrested in the painting of a swastika on a dorm wall at Purchase College, where he was a student.
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