WASHOUGAL, Wash. --Two teenage boys were arrested Friday for a vandalism spree that caused $5,000 worth of damage, police said.
Over the course of Thursday and Friday nights, the boys allegedly hit the school district building, parks and playgrounds and private homes, breaking windows and spray painting buildings with profanities, anarchist symbols and “vulgar statements,” police said.
The suspects were arrested after 10 p.m., shortly after they’d thrown a rock through a window of a house on L Street. The two teens admitted to the crime, police said.
One 18-year-old suspect was taken to Clark County Jail and another 15-year-old was booked into Clark County Juvenile Detention Center.
Police are looking for a possible third suspect.