Three teens arrested for causing $25,000 in damage at high school in Livingston
LIVINGSTON PARISH, LA (FOX44) — Three teens were arrested for causing $25,000 in damage at a high school in Livingston Parish.
The Sheriff’s Office reports that the vandalism was discovered on Tuesday, June 4. Employees called in the complaint at roughly 6:30 a.m.
When deputies arrived to the “old” Live Oak High School, they found damage in the Football Field House and two other rooms in the main building. They say walls were spray-painted, windows and equipment were broken, fire extinguishers were emptied and a fire was started.
Deputies arrested two 13-year-old juveniles and the other is 14-years-old. They say all three are students in the Live Oak School District.
Officials say the incident is still under investigation and more charges are possible.