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2 Juveniles Face Felony Charges For Vandalism At Southlake's Carroll High School

SOUTHLAKE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) - Southlake Police have identified two of three suspects who were wanted for causing more than $40,000 in damages to school buses, maintenance equipment, a scoreboard and other school facilities at Carroll High School on Monday, January 13.

Both are juveniles.

On Tuesday, January 28, Southlake Police detectives filed a criminal mischief case with the Tarrant County Juvenile District Attorney's Office and the case was accepted for prosecution.

Based on the estimated cost of property damage, the crime is a 3rd degree felony.

No other details are being released about the underaged suspects.

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