Three arrested for Assumption High vandalism
NAPOLEONVILLE- Three men have been arrested for their connection to a vandalism that occurred on property owned by the Assumption Parish School Board.
On May 10, deputies responded to a vandalism complaint at Assumption High School. At the scene, deputies observed entry locks on doors had been filled with what appeared to be glue, causing damages in excess of $8,000.
According to a release 18-year-old Casey Landry, 17-year-old Hayes Chandler, and 18-year-old Haydn Rivere were identified as suspects.
All three men are charged with criminal trespassing and simple criminal damage to property in excess of $8,000. They were arrested Friday and booked into the Assumption Parish Detention Center on Friday and released on bond.
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