4 high school students charged with felonies after taking senior prank too far

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CLARK COUNTY, Ohio – Four high school students are charged with felonies after they took a senior prank too far.

The teens allegedly removed valve stems from tires on 24 buses, leaving the tires deflated, according to WHIO.

They also left behind a message, written in chalk, that read: “You have been pranked by seniors 2015.”

Their prank forced the entire district to cancel school for the day.

Field trips and programs had to be cancelled because of the damage to the buses.

The teens are charged with vandalism and disrupting public service.

Officials say the teens caused thousands of dollars in damage.

The teens could avoid jail time if they agree to plead guilty and complete community service hours and pay back the school for the damages, according to WHIO.

However, so far two of the teens have pleaded not guilty.  The others have yet to be arraigned.


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