Four teens arrested in vandalism case |

Four teens arrested in vandalism case

The Associated Press

GRASS VALLEY- Four Nevada County teens were arrested on suspicion of vandalizing local businesses and videotaping the crimes, police said.

The spree began Saturday at a grocery store, where the vandals threw fruit and vegetables, said Grass Valley Police Sgt. Michael Hooker.

They repeated the actions at two other markets Sunday, Hooker said.

The teens were videotaping the spree to show to friends at Sierra Mountain High School, police said.

All four teens were arrested on suspicion of vandalism, trespass, and felony conspiracy.

Two of the teens were cited and released to their parents, one was taken to juvenile hall, and the fourth teen – who is 19 – was taken to the county jail.

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