Two teens arrested for vandalism in Fort Bend County subdivision

Surveillance video captures Ft. Bend Co. vandals

December 9, 2013 6:44:42 PM PST
Two young suspects are blamed for a recent rash of vandalism in Fort Bend County.

Officials said two 16-year-olds face felony and misdemeanor charges for allegedly vandalizing vehicles in the Sienna Ranch subdivision last month.

In all, there were nine incidents of criminal mischief reported on eight different streets east of Sienna Ranch and south of Sienna Springs Boulevard. It all happened between 11pm November 20 and 5:30am November 21.

Investigators said at least one tire was slashed in all cases, and in some of the cases, the vehicles were keyed. In a couple of incidents, all four tires were slashed on the vehicles.

Streets involved included Rabbit Ridge, Ravenswood, Silver Oak, Trinity Oaks, River Peak, La Crema, Iron Horse and Kenwood. The monetary damage was in the thousands of dollars.

Police used surveillance footage from neighbors' homes to identify the suspects, who both live in an adjacent neighborhood.

The cases will be referred to the county's juvenile probation department.

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