A 19-year-old, one of several arrested for vandalism of school buses in Wichita Falls, will not have to spend time in jail.

Kagan Baisden was arrested with two others at a home on Marsha Lane last December while police were investigating another vandalism with pellet guns report.

They say they found a stolen handgun, $1,700 in cash, marijuana, meth, prescription pills, scales, baggies and a pellet rifle.

After police received reports of pellet damage to several cars in that area.

Baisden entered a plea to a charge of criminal mischief over $1,500 for the vandalism to the buses last August.

On Thursday, he was sentenced to five years deferred adjudication on the charges of criminal mischief between $15,000 and $20,000.

He was also ordered to pay a restitution of just over $6,900 to Durham School Services.

He received the same sentence for theft of a firearm, and the sentences will run concurrently

Police say Baisden and possibly three others broke windows and windshields of six school buses at the Durham School Services lot on Seymour Highway last August.

Officials say there were 20 windows broken, causing approximately $12,000 in damage.

They say Baisden first denied being involved, then said he was there but only to try and stop the others.