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Teens Arrested for Elementary School Break-In

by Salvatore P. Ciulla on May 15, 2014 · 0 comments

in Burglary, Orange County, San Diego

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san juan capistrano criminal defense lawyerThree teenage boys were arrested in late April for trying to break into the Tustin Ranch Elementary School.

Police were called to the scene by school security guards, who spotted the boys on the roof. They were attempting to gain access to the school through the skylights. They also attempted to set a fire on school grounds but failed.

The teens attempted to run from police but were caught at the scene. The elementary school has had several break-ins, and police are investigating to see if the same teens they arrested were at fault.

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