Updated:CLAY COUNTY, Fla. —
The Clay County Sheriff's Office arrested three teenagers as part of a vandalism investigation at Keystone Heights High School.
The three suspects are aged 16, 15, and 13.
Deputies say the three broke into Keystone Heights High School on the night of July 23 and caused an estimated $9,200 worth of damage.
Authorities say the teens smashed windows and sprayed fire extinguishers inside the school.
The 16-and 15-year old boys are facing two counts of vandalism, burglary and grand theft, all felonies.
The 13-year-old boy faces one felony charge of vandalism.
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