Four high school students in Clark County, Ohio have just been charged with felonies. Their crime? A “senior prank” in which no one was hurt, and which appears to have been rather “tame” by many senior prank standards.
The four are accused of deflating the tires on 24 school buses. The valve stem removal left the tires deflated, according to local WHIO news.
They greater Dayton area students chalked a message that said: “You have been pranked by seniors 2015.”
The school district say that this “forced the school to close” for an entire day. Perhaps. But a felony for this?
The four have been charged with vandalism and disrupting public service.
The prosecutor says that the teens are being offered a plea deal that will help them avoid jail time.
Watch the local report below…
(Article by Jackson Marciana)