Monday, June 18, 2012
COLUMBIA COUNTY, Ga. -- A few weeks after an expensive senior prank, some students have paid back their share of the damages.
News 12 has learned at least three out of the four girls who are accused of super gluing over 40 doors at Greenbrier High School have paid to repair the locks. There is no word on who has paid and who hasn't.
Elizabeth Metz, Dynisha Clemons, Kristin Tannehill and Brooklyn Bella were arrested and charged with second-degree criminal damage to property, which is a felony.
The students allegedly put glue in 43 exterior door locks, causing $5,130 in damage. The Greenbrier principal says this was the most expensive prank the district has probably ever seen.
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