3 teens arrested in Rockland car vandalism

A Clarkstown police car sits parked outside the

A Clarkstown police car sits parked outside the Justice Court and Police Department on Maple Avenue in New City. (Feb. 15, 2012) (Credit: Angela Gaul)

Three Rockland County teens were arrested Tuesday after allegedly damaging 11 vehicles at two residential complexes, police said.

Broken taillights, windshields, windows and side view mirrors were damaged at the Heritage Drive condominium complex in New City and the Hamlets town house complex in Nanuet, authorities said.

The teens, whose ages authorities would not release, are from Central Nyack, New City and Suffern, and were charged with eight counts of criminal mischief in the fourth degree, three counts of criminal mischief in the third degree, a felony, and one count of petty larceny, according to a Clarkstown police news release.


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A court date has been scheduled for Oct. 1 in Clarkstown Town Court.

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