Three Arrested After $50,000 In Damages Is Done To Youngsville High School

June 19, 2013
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State Police investigators say three men have been arrested after an estimated $50,000 in damages was done in a vandalism spree at Youngsville High School over the weekend.

Officials say 19 year-old Duston Miller, from Youngsville, 18 year-old Tylor Keyes, from Grand Valley and 20 year-old Derek Gifford, from Greensburg, are accused of creating the damage by activating fire extinguishers and spray-painting pictures and graffiti inside the school’s principal’s office, two gymnasiums, computer lab, cafeteria, locker rooms, storage rooms and hallways, and in the press box at the football field.

Investigators say the suspects entered the high school building itself by breaking basement windows.

The Warren County School District is still evaluating damages.  Meanwhile, Miller, Keyes and Gifford are charged with burglary, conspiracy, criminal mischief, trespassing and theft by unlawful taking.  All were lodged in the Warren County Jail with bail set at $50,000 against all three suspects.

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