Prosecutors Charge 3 in Fairbanks Vandalism

Three teenagers have been charged with breaking into a rural Fairbanks school two months ago.

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by Associated Press

FAIRBANKS- Three teenagers have been charged with breaking into a rural Fairbanks school two months ago.


Two 18-year-olds, Mason Silas Bizzarro and Wesley Travis Phillips, are charged with burglary, theft and criminal mischief at Two Rivers Elementary School on May 26.


The case of a 14-year-old is being handled in juvenile court.


Alaska State Troopers say they stole $7,000 in electronics and caused $10,000 damage to the school off Mile 18 Chena Hot Springs Road northeast of Fairbanks.


Video of the break-in from a security camera was posted online. Charging documents say the mother of the 14-year-old called troopers saying her son was involved.


The 18-year-olds were summoned to appear in court Friday.

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