Updated: Wednesday, September 3 2014, 04:33 PM EDT
Suspected Vandals Arrested in Dade County
Two Dade County students have been arrested and charged with damage to government property and criminal damage to property, according to Trenton Police Detective Tim Mitchell. The arrest follows the vandalism of Dade County High School.
Both are felony charges. The students are 18-year-old Timothy Ashley Sutton, and 17-year-old Logan Blaine Haley.
Trenton police told NewsChannel 9 Tuesday they had suspects in the case. Police say they spray painted graffiti all over the field house and several signs outside the school.
It happened Monday morning when the school was closed for Labor Day. Officials estimated damages at $7,000. Suspected Vandals Arrested in Dade County
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