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Police: Students vandalized Tarpon Springs High

Three students were arrested after $5,000 worth of damage to Tarpon Springs High School was discovered early Monday, according to the Tarpon Springs Police Department.

Police said that three students and another individual vandalized the school by spray-painting "Class of 2012" on the walls, opening vending machines, damaging computer equipment and throwing chairs on the roof.

Brandon D. Nash, 18, and Corey Jenkins, also 18, were charged with felony criminal mischief, police said.

The third student, a juvenile, was charged with criminal mischief, according to police. The fourth individual, also a juvenile, is not a student at Tarpon High and has not been charged.

Police: Students vandalized Tarpon Springs High 05/07/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 8, 2012 8:01am]
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