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Huntland High School Damaged

Two suspects are facing felony vandalism charges after a destructive trip through a high school in Franklin County.
Investigators said James Morrison and Luis Flores broke into Huntland High School and did $14,000 in damage.
The suspects were caught a few hours after the break-in and told detectives they did it because they were bored.
The vandals destroyed part of the school’s ceiling, falling through several times while trying to crawl to access offices. Other damage included busted windows, doors, televisions and computers.
If they’re found guilty, Morrison and Flores will have to pay for the damage.-WSMV-