Suspicious actions lead to arrests
Sheriff's Deputies say they arrested five teens in connection with trespassing Live Oak Middle School and burglary of several cars in a nearby neighborhood.
A concerned Watson citizen, who noticed teenagers wandering behind a school in the middle of the night, called to give authorities the tip.
Residents in the neighborhood began to wake up, and realized their cars had been burglarized.
Stolen items recovered included a semiautomatic pistol, a flash attachment for a camera, a laptop computer, an I-Pod, a $100 bill, a pack of Rolaids, and various other valuables.
There was also damage to Live Oak Middle School. Sheriff Deputies say pieces of concrete were thrown through the windows and tables and garbage cans flipped over around the area.
Seventeen-year-old Cole Russell, 18-year-old Cody Lee Null, 17-year-old Christopher Joseph Brown, 18-year-old Mica Wayne Mathis, and a 16-year-old juvenile whose name is not being released, were charged with trespassing, burglary, and criminal damage to property.
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