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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Vandalism Incident at Warren County School

Damage Estimates Exceed $139K for Vandalism Incident at Warren County School

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YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – Sources say the estimate on the damages from the vandalism incident the occurred on June 16 at the Youngsville High School exceed $139,000.00 – almost three times the original estimate of $50,000.00 by the Pennsylvania State Police.

According to a published article in Warren Times Observer, Director of Buildings and Grounds Services Dr. Norbert Kennerknecht told the Warren County School District Board the damages exceed $139,000.00.

Three former YHS students, 19-year-old Duston A. Miller, of Youngsville; 18-year-old Taylor R. Keyes, 18, of Grand Valley; and 20-year-old Derek A. Gifford, 20, of Greensburg, were arrested and charged the day of the incident for extensive vandalism inside the school and at the adjacent football field press box. Read more...

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

THUGS...I hope they stay in jail for a long time and then have to repay the bill from the amt of money they make from making license plates. maybe they should stay in jail until the lump sum is paid by their wages!!!