Five teenage boys in Michigan face charges in school bus vandalism

Feb. 7, 2007
Latest charges in a rash of school bus vandalism in the suburbs of Detroit.

Five more teenage boys are facing felony vandalism charges after police say they let the air out of school bus tires. The youths attend Mott High School in Waterford, Mich., and are accused of deflating 30 tires on 24 buses in that community, canceling classes Dec. 20. Police say the boys apparently wanted a day off school and thought the vandalism was a prank. Last week, authorities in nearby Farmington charged four Farmington High School students with vandalism after they allegedly letting the air out the district's buses Jan. 5.

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