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Arrests made in Christmas vandalism

Roarke Dunn (Source: Ascension Sheriff's Office) Roarke Dunn (Source: Ascension Sheriff's Office)
Rendell Reid Rendell Reid
Adam Dellucci Adam Dellucci
ASCENSION PARISH, LA (WAFB) -

Three teens have been arrested for $20,000 worth of vandalism to Christmas decorations in Ascension Parish.

Roarke Dunn and Rendell Reid, of Geismar and Adam Dellucci of Brusly were arrested Thursday and booked into Ascension Parish jail.

The three are accused of smashing decorations in the Old Dutchtown Subdivision.

Damage in the subdivision is estimated at $20,000, including $10,000 at one house alone.

All three teens have been charged with felony damage to property, 19 counts of criminal trespass, 18 counts of misdemeanor damage to property, and criminal mischief.

An anonymous tip led to the arrests.

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