Three Teens Arrested For Vandalisms At Collierville Schools

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (localmemphis.com) - Three teens are now charged in the vandalisms at three Collierville schools. One faces a vandalism charge, while the other two are charged with conspiracy.

Collierville police say a 17-year-old Collierville High student actually did the recent spraying at Collierville Elementary, Middle, and High schools. He is charged with five counts of vandalism under $1,000.

Police say he turned himself in February 10th, and led police to the other two teens. His name is not being released.

 

Police say the other two, both 18-years-old, witnessed the vandalism but did not do any of the actual spraying. They were arrested February 15th, are charged with conspiracy. Police say they are high school students, but not at Collierville High.


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