Teen party at mansion leads to charges
POMONA, CALIFORNIA- Criminal charges were filed against 14 teens who broke into a mansion in Southern California and held a huge party that caused more than a million dollars in damage. Someone even stole a stuffed snow leopard. Authorities say the party was promoted on social media and more than a hundred teens showed up to the house in La Habra heights while the owner was away. The teens are aged 15 to 18 and face felony charges. Investigators say they got in through a window, trashed the mansion and stole pricey items. They included expensive suits, medieval armor, jewelry and the leopard. Police recovered a lot of the loot.
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