Police Say Vandals Who Hit GW Are Responsible for Other Break-Ins

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The vandals hit a total of 13 classrooms and offices, four of which were covered in fire extinguisher chemicals. 

Guam – The persons responsible for vandalizing George Washington High School have been caught.

 

According to Guam Police Department PIO Paul Tapao, GPD’s Juvenile Investigation Section apprehended four male minors who they believe were responsible for the burglary at GW on Monday. Tapao says the arrests were made possible through tips from the community and the student body. Police also believe that this group of individuals is responsible for previous burglaries to the school in January and February. All four minors were charged with burglary, criminal mischief, crimes against the community, theft of property, and theft by receiving stolen property and curfew violation. All minors were confined at the department of youth affairs. According to assistant principal Darlene Roberto, who was the first person to report the crime, surveillance video confirmed that the vandalism occurred around 4:50 a.m. Monday. The vandals hit a total of 13 classrooms and offices, four of which were covered in fire extinguisher chemicals. They also left the sink running in two of the classrooms.