Hutchinson Hutchinson police say three teenagers have been arrested after a vandalism spree that caused thousands of dollars in damage at a Catholic high school.
Police detective Scott Carlton says the three 16-year-olds are believed to be responsible for damage on Trinity Catholic High School property on Oct. 20.
The vandals broke windows on four school buses, a truck and a minivan. They also stole inventory and damaged the school's concession stand.
The three 16-year-olds could face charges of burglary, auto burglary, felony criminal damage and theft. They will be issued notices to appear in court after charges are filed in juvenile court.
The Hutchinson News reports that the three teens are from the Hutchinson area; two are students, but one is not in school.