ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Two teen boys were arrested and charged with burglarizing an Annapolis community center, Annapolis Police said.
Police said “an observant caller” reported to police that two juveniles, both males, were seen in the 1700 block of Belle Drive entering the community center through a window. Officers later found the two juveniles, one 16 and the other 15, riding bikes away from the building. The pair, both from Annapolis, were identified as the teens seen breaking into the community center. Police were not sure if anything was actually stolen from the building.
The teens were charged as juveniles with fourth-degree burglary. The 16 year old was also charged with providing false information to police because he gave a false name after being arrested, police said. Both were released to their guardians.