Five Huron High students charged with vandalizing Ann Arbor police car
Five Huron High School students are accused of vandalizing an Ann Arbor police car at the school in March by smashing out the rear window and tail lights with a hammer and pouring feces on the roof, police said.
Charged with malicious destruction of property are 17-year-olds Miles Staton, Stephen Bakarich, Anthony Meneghini, Peter Godfrey and Dillon Pearce, police said.
All were arraigned Wednesday at Washtenaw County Circuit Court.
The damage to the school resource officer's Ford Crown Victoria occurred between 5 p.m. March 5 and 11 a.m. March 6, police said.
The feces was poured out of a cup from a restaurant where the teenagers were hanging out prior to the incident, police said. Officers found a recliner on the car's roof, police said.
Investigators were led to the teenagers after reviewing surveillance video of cars that were at the school during the time of the vandalism, police said.