Police make arrests after high school vandalized | News
VILLA RICA, Ga. -- Authorities say vandals broke windows, vending machines and other items in a west Georgia high school, causing thousands of dollars in damage.
Police officers early Tuesday morning found the damage, along with eggs broken throughout the school and graffiti spray-painted on buildings and windows.
Police say more damage was done to construction equipment, the field house, concession stands and a band trailer.
Authorities say two former students, both teenagers, are facing burglary charges in the case. Police Capt. Keith Shaddix said one of the suspects told investigators they were bored and looking for something to do.
Shaddix said he estimates the damage will total more than $10,000 and that he wouldn't be surprised if it's closer to $20,000.