• Teens charged in glass-smashing spree
    October 10,2012
     

    The Associated Press

    ST. ALBANS — Three teenagers are facing juvenile charges after allegedly going on a glass-smashing vandalism spree in St. Albans.

    Police say a caller early Sunday morning reported that the Holy Angels Church was being vandalized. When they arrived, they found a window and glass-paneled door had been smashed, along with the windshield of a parked truck.

    Officials said that the vandalism didn’t stop there.

    They later found a broken school bus window at the local elementary school, and broken windows at the city pool.

    Police say they found the three 16-year-old suspects hiding in a shed.

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