Safety

Tips from community help to catch bus vandals

Posted on August 9, 2012

MT. MORRIS, Mich. — Three youths were arrested Tuesday for the vandalism of seven Mt. Morris school buses, according to a story on MLive.com.

Windshields and the side sliding windows of the buses were damaged, and fire extinguishers were discharged inside the buses. The vandals also left racial slurs written in marker on the buses.

Tips from community members helped police to make the arrests. The three juveniles have confessed their involvement.

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