The Clinton Police Department’s investigation into multiple incidents of vandalism and burglary to the Clinton High School football field’s concession stand has yielded multiple arrests of area juveniles.
The investigations stem from reports of vandalism and burglary to the concession stand on April 2nd, April 24th and April 25th where suspects forced entry into the concession stand and stole large amounts of consumables.
On Monday April 27th, Clinton Police took custody of two juveniles, a third was taken into custody on Wednesday April 29th and a fourth on Thursday April 30th.
Two of the juveniles were released to their parents and two detained at a juvenile correctional facility.
All four are pending the filing of formal charges in juvenile court and more arrests are expected as the investigations continue.
Clinton Police Chief Ben Lowers said, “I’d like to commend our officers and investigators on their diligent work to resolve these cases in a swift and timely manner. We want to send a message that vandalism and theft in our community will not be tolerated and we are dedicated to bringing those responsible to justice for their criminal actions.”