MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas- The man accused of breaking into and vandalizing Magnolia West High School was arrested and charged on Tuesday morning.
According to Montgomery County Precinct 5, 20-year-old Darrell Lawrence broke into the high school located on FM 1774 around 1 a.m. on Feb 2.
Authorities said the suspect caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to the interior of the school. Several computers were also smashed.
Lawrence has been charged with a state jail felony of Burglary of a Building and a state jail felony of Criminal Mischief which is punishable by up to two years in State Jail and a fine on $10,000. He is currently in the Montgomery County Jail.
Lawrence was already on probation for breaking into Tomball Memorial High School in Harris County.
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