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Dade City, Florida-- Two teens were arrested after being linked to some middle-of-the-night mischief that caused thousands of dollars in damage to Pasco High School last week.

According to a Dade City Police report, detectives say Dylan Olney and Kendrick Stewart, both 18, are responsible for spray painting the school's walls and walkways, parking a stolen car between the lunchroom and library, jamming 40 classroom door locks with toothpicks and superglue, and vandalizing a student's car left there over night.

The teens caused an estimated $7,000 worth of damage to the school, and nearly $2,500 to the car outside.

Police began their investigation after discovering the damage on Friday, April 12. Officials say they narrowed in on Olney and Stewart through student and parent interviews.

They have each been charged with felony criminal mischief, burglary and trespassing.