TRUMANN, AR (KAIT) – A group of teens will be spending extratime at school cleaning up a big mess at Trumann High.
According to Trumann Police, 11 teens are accused ofbreaking into Trumann High School early Monday morning.
Police were tipped off by Walmart employees after officerswere flagged down and told that a group of teens came into the store dressed inall black and bought "multiple items which could be used for mischief."
Police say the group spread forks and condoms throughout thecourtyard area. They're also accused of spreading toilet paper, silly string,and yarn throughout the hallways, walls, windows and doors.
Police say sidewalks were also chalked and several furnitureitems were moved and wrapped with plastic. The front doors of the school werealso tied together with wire.
During an interview, police learned one of the students gotup on the roof and dropped down into the courtyard, unlocked a door, and letthe other students into the building.
Officers were able to ID the teens through surveillancevideo from Walmart and the school.
During interviews with school officials and police, theteens reportedly admitted to the prank saying they agreed to not do any "permanentharm or break anything."
According to the incident report, the group told police they expectedto be caught and have to clean up the school.
Six of the students, all adults, were cited for CriminalTrespass and Criminal Mischief.