Two 12-year-olds are going through a handful of costs in reference to Friday’s daytime vandalism of a Catholic church in East Bridgewater.
East Bridgewater police and firefighters responded to St. John the Evangelist at 210 Central Avenue on Friday afternoon. An preliminary investigation discovered a hearth had been set close to the church’s altar, damaging the altar fabric in addition to a Bible. Meals objects had been additionally taken from the church’s pantry.
A witness and video footage led investigators to charging the 2 12-year-olds, a boy and a woman, East Bridgewater police stated Tuesday. Each youngsters are going through costs of burning a constructing, larceny from a constructing, destruction of property over $1,200, and breaking and getting into a constructing within the daytime — a felony.
The 12-year-olds can be arraigned in Brockton District Juvenile Court docket.
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