Former High School Students Charged in School Bus Prank

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Four former high school students flattened tires on 85 school buses in April. The oldest student faces a $500 fine, over $900 in restitution and court costs, and 300 hours of community service. The other three students involved were juveniles at the time of the prank. To read the full story, please click here

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