UNION CITY, Ind. - Three juveniles were arrested after police said they vandalized a school in Randolph County.
Police said the group broke into Union City Junior-Senior High School early Sunday. The kids, ages 9 to 14, were accused of damaging several buses and breaking a window at the school.
Investigators believed they stole a golf cart earlier that morning from a nearby business. The trio was also suspected of burglarizing the same school earlier in the week.
The juveniles were taken to a secure detention facility in Muncie and were all charged with burglary, theft and criminal mischief.
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