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By Cade Fowler - bio | email

SYLVESTER, GA (WALB) – Three teens are in jail accused of breaking into Worth County High School overnight.

Police say the former students stole from the school and caused thousands of dollars in damage.

The break-in happened between 3:00 and 5:30 Wednesday morning. A teacher discovered a broken window and called police.

Once inside, officers discovered shattered glass from several broken windows. The art room was covered in paint and office supplies had been thrown around. 

School Resource Officer Ronnie Graddy reviewed the video from the school's surveillance system and recognized the masked trio as former WCHS students.

17-year-old Terrence Davis, 18-year-old Davori Simond and 19-year-old Joshua Malina are each facing burglary charges.

Officers found the men in possession of $1,500 dollars worth of stolen items from the school.

They're being held in the Turner County Jail awaiting the first court appearance.

Police say the school is equipped with a burglar alarm, but it didn't go off.

Classes went on as scheduled today.

 

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