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31 charged in Osceola High School senior prank

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OSCEOLA, AR (KAIT) -

JULY 28 UPDATE: Thirty-one Osceola High School students, all 18 or older, were charged as adults for criminal mischief and criminal trespassing Tuesday.

According to Osceola Police Chief David Gladden, those students now have the option of either completing two days of community service or spending ten days in jail.

This is all following a Senior Prank where students illegally entered Osceola High School and damaged property by throwing cereal in the hallways, spray painting walls and trashing several other areas.

Upon completion of the two days of service, they will not have to face any jail time.
Gladden said some have already started and are almost complete with their two days.

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Twenty-seven people have been charged with mischief and trespassing after a senior prank at Osceola High School.

According to Osceola Police Chief David Gladden, Jakevion Adams, Aahlyric Allen, Jameion Anderson, Adonius Burks, Jasmine Cannon, Brandon Carbin, Randasha Caruthers, Charity Coleman, Garcia Coleman, Joshua Ennis, Kyra Guy, Diana Guzman, Alysia Young, Qushanna Wilson, Christopher Thompson, Tayla Parker, Atwann Mitchell Jr., Courtney Logan, Jda Liddell, Brenna Kirkwood, Niesha Johnson, Martell Jefferson, Jayla Hassan, Anfernee Harris, Kzion Mosley, Liberty Torrez, and Brenden Parker were charged with 2nd degree criminal mischief and criminal trespass.

Eight juveniles were also arrested and referred to the Mississippi County Juvenile Detention Center.

The 27 charged will be in court on July 26.

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