Teens arrested for vandalizing two Petaluma high schools

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Two teens suspected of vandalizing windows at Petaluma and Casa Grande high schools were arrested Tuesday, Petaluma police said in a press release.

The incidents occurred around 11 p.m. Monday night. Police said the unidentified 15- and 16-year-old used a landscaping tree stake to smash multiple classroom windows at both high school campuses.

The damage of the vandalism was estimated at $5,000, according to police.

School resource officers assigned to both schools opened a joint investigation, which led to the identification of the two suspects, both Casa Grande High School students. The students were interviewed and admitted to committing the vandalism.

The juvenile subjects were arrested for felony vandalism and booked into Sonoma County Juvenile Hall.

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