BOISE, Idaho — Two men were arrested in connection to the vandalized fields at Capital High School Thursday, according to a press release from the Boise Police Department (BPD).
Kaden Tennant, 18, was arrested on two charges: a felony charge of malicious injury to property, and a misdemeanor charge of driving without privileges. Kaleb Lindberg, 18, was charged with a felony charge of malicious injury to property.
The two men caused thousands of dollars in damages to the football and softball fields, making them unusable.
BPD said at about 11:15 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16, two vehicles -- a car and a pickup truck -- drove into the school's parking lot and onto the fields, where police say they drove recklessly. The vehicles are described as a light-colored late 1990s-model sedan and a dark-colored Chevrolet Avalanche or Honda Ridgeline.
Capital High School reported that the vandalism has left the football field "unplayable," and practices and games have to be rescheduled.
In a press release sent Thursday, Boise Police said: "We would like to thank the public for the many calls and tips that were sent to our department since yesterday."
Capital High School fields vandalized
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