6 Teenage Girls Arrested In Connection To Graffiti Spree At A Pasadena High School

PASADENA (CBS) — Police have arrested six teenage girls believed to responsible for vandalizing a San Gabriel Valley high school over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.

When school officials returned to the campus of Marshall Fundamental High School Tuesday morning, they discovered “extensive graffiti left on every campus building,” the Pasadena Sun reports.

Police say the suspects spray painted lewd and offensive remarks. Damage is estimated to be between $4,000 to $5,000, the Sun reports.

Security footage of the crime helped school officials and police to identify and arrest six 14-year-old girls, according to the Sun.

The girls were not identified by police due to their age.

It is unknown what charges the teens face.


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