Court appearance for two more Klein ISD teens accused of vandalizing cars, homes
HOUSTON -- Two more of the Klein ISD students charged in a vandalism spree were in court Monday.
Joshua Pereson and Sarah Villarreal are each charged with criminal mischief, along with two other high school students -- Alexandra Foster and John Taylor Thornton. Foster appeared before a judge on Friday.
The group is accused of damaging more than 50 vehicles on November 19, allegedly targeting some people because they didn't like them. The damage is estimated at more than $20,000. A surveillance camera in one of the neighborhoods caught a picture of the teens' getaway car, leading to the arrest of three of them a few days later.
As part of their bond conditions, the judge ordered Pereson, 17, and Villarreal, 17 to submit to random drug tests, have no contact with their co-defendants and have a 6pm to 6am curfew, including weekends.
All four teens face between six months and two years in jail.
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