CORPUS CHRISTI–Four juveniles girls were arrested for causing several hundred dollars in damage after they were caught writing graffiti on a restroom at a Corpus Christi high school.
An assistant principal at West Oso High School discovered the girls, ages 13 to 15, writing with an indelible marker in a restroom, causing $550 in damage.
It was reported the vandalism was on walls, stalls, mirrors, toilets and bathroom ceiling. There was more damage at a second restroom at the high school.
The students were taken to the Nueces County Juvenile Justice Center and released to their parents. They also will face disciplinary action from the school district.
Vandalizing a school is a criminal offense that’s considered a state jail felony. If convicted, you can face up to two years in state jail.
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