3 teens accused of vandalizing Sunnyslope High in Phoenix
PHOENIX (AP) – Police say three teenagers have been arrested and accused of vandalizing several classrooms at Sunnyslope High School in Phoenix.
They say the boys broke into the school between Oct. 25 and 29.
Police say school’s locker room and gymnasium also were damaged and the teens allegedly broke windows and doors and poured laundry detergent on the floors.
According to police, the overnight crime spree caused about $35,000 in damage.
Three teenagers broke into Sunnyslope High School, causing $35k in damage. Breaking windows and doors at school lands you in more than detention with the principal. You get a trip to juvenile detention for criminal damage and burglary charges. pic.twitter.com/ChXnpiVqcV
— Phoenix Police Department (@phoenixpolice) November 10, 2019
Authorities say the teens are facing aggravated criminal damage and commercial burglary charges and will be booked into the city’s Juvenile Detention Center.
The names of the teenagers weren’t released because they are juveniles.
Police say the three boys were between the ages of 15 and 16.
It’s unclear if the teens are students at Sunnyslope High.