O’Brien County Sheriff Deputies Charge Juveniles After Spray-Painting Incident
Date posted - March 19, 2012
Four juveniles were charged with criminal mischief after authorities say they vandalized a traffic control device near Primghar.
The O’Brien County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Saturday (3/17), a traffic control device and the underside of a highway bridge near Primghar were spray-painted.
The next day, four juveniles — three from Primghar and one from Paullina — were charged with Fifth Degree Criminal Mischief — a simple misdemeanor. They were released to their parents.
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