ESSEX, Md. — Baltimore County Police tell WMAR-2 News that four juveniles were arrested for a weekend break-in of an Essex middle school.
Authorities said the juveniles broke into Deep Creek Middle School Saturday night around 10:00 p.m., by breaking the rear window to the school.
Once entering, the intruders rummaged through three rooms. Police said they received notice of the break-in from the school's security system.
When officers arrived, they found the juveniles with stolen property such as food, drinks and sports equipment.
They were arrested, identified and later released to their parents.