Three People Arrested for Burglarizing a Wichita Falls Elementary

Three People Arrested for Burglarizing a Wichita Falls Elementary

Wichita Falls school officials are working to replace some property police say was damaged by two men and a juvenile.

Wichita Falls school officials are working to replace some property police say was damaged by two men and a juvenile.
Police arrested 19 year old Antonio Deaguerro and 17 year old Christian Rizo for criminal mischief and burglary of a building.
There is also a 48-hour federal hold on Deaguerro for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Each were being held on a $20,000 bond.
Rizo has bonded out though.
Police say just after 2 a.m., several alarms inside Crockett Elementary went off.
When police arrived they found Deaguerro, Rizzo and an unidentified juvenile inside.
Police say the trio broke a second floor window to get inside and cause damage, which school officials say they're still assessing.

"Five classrooms were affected and one computer lab, the most extensive damage being the computer lab where technologies and laptops and computers were broken and that will be the biggest cost," says Renae Murphy, spokesperson for Wichita Falls ISD.

Police say school officials originally estimated the damage to total $16,000 but school officials now expect that amount to be less.
School officials say crews have already cleaned up the mess and are working to replace the damaged technology.
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