Juveniles caught at Arringon Middle School - ABC 33/40 - Birmingham News, Weather, Sports

Juveniles caught at Arringon Middle School

Posted: Updated:

At around 12:00 a.m., Thursday, Birmingham Officers responded to a burglary in progress at Arrington Middle School. Officers conducted a search of the building and located three juvenile suspects. The two males and a female, all 15 years of age, were former students of the school. The juveniles told officers they broke into the school in search of the game room that the school had when they were students there. Unfortunately, the juveniles learned that the game room was no longer there, and they would be charged with a crime.

Birmingham Police Information Officer Sean Edwards says, "Juveniles who decide to participate in these types of crimes will be held accountable for their actions. Juvenile crime will not be tolerated in our city. It is imperative that the BPD sends a message to all juveniles that are thinking about breaking the law. They will be disciplined by the justice system. If the juveniles do not get the message concerning juvenile crime in this city and continues their behavior which normally leads to adult criminal activity and that is what we do not want. Well, prison will eventually be their new residence."

  • Birmingham Area NewsMore>>

  • Pelham City Schools prepares for first year

    Pelham City Schools prepares for first year

    Thursday, July 31 2014 7:57 AM EDT2014-07-31 11:57:52 GMT
    Children are getting ready for a new school year in a new school system.Pelham City Schools will hold their first classes a week from tomorrow. It comes after the city broke-off from Shelby County.Superintendent Scott Coefield says everyone is working long hours right now to prepare for the start of school, even exchanging emails as late at 10 and 11 at night. There's been a lot to do and the number one goal right now is to make sure "Day One" goes well."We're pedaling hard."Adrenalin is rush...More >>
    Children are getting ready for a new school year in a new school system.Pelham City Schools will hold their first classes a week from tomorrow. It comes after the city broke-off from Shelby County.Superintendent Scott Coefield says everyone is working long hours right now to prepare for the start of school, even exchanging emails as late at 10 and 11 at night. There's been a lot to do and the number one goal right now is to make sure "Day One" goes well."We're pedaling hard."Adrenalin is rush...More >>
  • Safety audit aimed to make football fields safer

    Safety audit aimed to make football fields safer

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 7:22 PM EDT2014-07-30 23:22:05 GMT
    Little league football practice kicked off this week at the Fultondale Park and Recreation Field. The department is working to make this season safer for those young athletes.More >>
    Little league football practice kicked off this week at the Fultondale Park and Recreation Field. The department is working to make this season safer for those young athletes.More >>
  • Mistrial declared in case over 2012 shooting involving Birmingham mayor's security detail

    Mistrial declared in case over 2012 shooting involving Birmingham mayor's security detail

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 4:28 PM EDT2014-07-30 20:28:52 GMT
    A mistrial was declared today in the trial over the 2012 shooting involving Birmingham Mayor William Bell's security detail.More >>
    A mistrial was declared today in the trial over the 2012 shooting involving Birmingham Mayor William Bell's security detail.More >>
Most Popular
Stories
Videos
loading...