Police have made two more arrests after thousands of dollars in damage was caused to classrooms at Copper Canyon High School in Glendale. They also released surveillance video of the alleged suspects.
Leonardo Garcia and Adrian Ruelas are the latest two to be arrested. The third, Thomas Ortega, was booked into jail last Friday.
The three are accused of causing over $4,000 in damage to Copper Canyon High School in February.
Police say the boys threw paint on the walls, ceiling and floor of one classroom, drew obscene photos in permanent market on the dry erase board of another, destroyed ceramic projects by playing "baseball" with them, and stole five digital cameras.
Police said the damage is estimated to be around $4,000.
Ortega was booked into jail under suspicion of burglary and aggravated criminal damage. Charges for Garcia and Ruelas was not released.