Five arrested in Swansea school vandalism

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Police in Swansea said five people were arrested in connection with vandalism at Case High School in Swansea.

Police found that  toilet paper had been thrown in trees and over buses at the school on Friday. They said the five also padlocked the school's doors shut.

William Boulay, 20; Edward Cellemme, 19; Nicholas Griffin, 17; Evan Sousa, 18; and Bruce Antone, 19 were charged with malicious destruction, defacement of real property, conspiracy and trespassing.

Police said they found two of the men at a Target Store near the school. They said those two told them about the other three.

They were taken to Fall River District Court for arraignment. School went on Friday as usual.