Four face charges for vandalism at high school

Photo courtesy LaGrange County Sheriff's Department
Photo courtesy LaGrange County Sheriff's Department

LAGRANGE COUNTY, Ind. (WANE/KPC)  Authorities believe they have figured out who caused $10,000 worth of damage to athletic fields at Prairie Heights High School.  The information comes from kpcnews.com.

The vandalism took place on July 29, when a vehicle drove across the baseball diamond and the football field at 3 a.m. before going into a corn field where it caused further damage.

According to the article, two of the suspects are girls from Angola and the other two are males with ties to Prairie Heights High School.  The four could face charges of institutional mischief and minor consumption of alcohol.  The LaGrange County prosecutor will decide which charges to pursue.

The football field was repaired in time for the last week’s opening game.

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