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Bored Florida Teens Shot 275 Cars, Causing $100,000 Damage

January 27, 2011  | 

Two Florida teenagers are facing multiple felony charges for a vandalism spree where they caused $100,000 in damage by shooting 275 vehicles with BB guns, reports The Smoking Gun.

Evan Salas, 19, and Brandon Smith, 18, have been arrested for a rampage through three cities in Pinellas County. The teens said they shot the vehicles because they were "bored."

Read the full story at TheSmokingGun.com.

Tags: Vandalism, Florida


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