FARMVILLE – The investigation into a weekend burglary at the Fuqua school has led Farmville police detectives to the arrest of two Farmville juveniles, ages 16 and 17, a press release from the Farmville Police Department announced.
During the weekend several buildings of Fuqua School were burglarized, items stolen and property vandalized. Information was received from a Farmville patrol officer that led to the arrests, the department's press release states.
“The subsequent investigation included an investigator from the Longwood University Police Department and cleared,” the police department's release alleges, “the following property crimes in Farmville and on the campus of Longwood University:
“Fuqua School, June 27, 2011 – Charges filed for B&E, petit larceny and unauthorized use of a vehicle.
“Fuqua School, August 6, 2011 – Charges filed for B&E, grand larceny, vandalism and possession of burglary tools.
“Field of Dreams, June 19, 2011 – Charges filed for B&E, petit larceny.
“Lancer Park (Longwood) – Charges for B&E, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, felony vandalism.
“Longwood Golf Course – Charges for attempted B&E, felony vandalism.
“Bedford Building (Longwood) – Charges for B&E, felony vandalism, misdemeanor vandalism, possess burglary tools.
“Girl's Softball locker room (Longwood) – Charges for B&E, felony vandalism, grand larceny, possess burglary tools.
“Field House restrooms (Longwood) – Charges for felony vandalism.
“Chichester Building (Longwood) – Charges for B&E, grand larceny.
“The juveniles are being held in the Juvenile Detention Center pending a court appearance in the Prince Edward Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court,” the press release states.