JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – Two teenagers were arrested after they allegedly broke into Chattahoochee High School Feb. 9 and tried to steal candy.
A motion sensor alarm went off in the school at 2:46 a.m. Police arrived and found a side door propped open by a rock. Inside the school, they found two 15-year-olds – a boy and a girl. The teenagers told police they broke into the school along with a third boy, a student at Alpharetta High. They allegedly broke into the school store where they took candy and smashed the cash register, taking $200. Both students were charged with burglary.
One of the teenagers also had a knife and was charged additionally with possession of a weapon on school grounds.