Summer Students Damage School
Jeff Garretson - Mon 01:26 PM 06/04/2012
Three teens are arrested for vandalizing a Salina school.
According to Lt. Scott Siemsen, staff at Salina South High School, 730 E. Magnolia, contacted police after discovering damage done an area of the school by three males.
South High officials told officers during the summer session, a portion of the building is blocked off - and apparently the teens gained access to the area and damaged it.
Police say paint was splattered on the walls, carpet, file cabinets and windows.
The three boys also shot off a fire extinguisher.
The three males who are under 14-years of age, who were not identified, were cited and released to their parents.
Total damage is listed at just over $1,000.