Two Teens in School Break-in Get Probation
Two Duxbury teens charged in June with breaking into a high school shed received pretrial probation and community service.
Charges of larceny from a building, defacing property, underage possession of alcohol and a reduced charge of misdemeanor break-in against George D. Molina, 18, of 561 Washington St., and Craig Sullivan, 18, of 45 Alexander Way, will be dismissed in six months if the two stay out of trouble. Plymouth District Court Judge Gregory Baler ordered both to perform 24 hours of community service.
Duxbury police charged the pair with breaking into a snack shack behind Duxbury High School after a maintenance worker heard a loud noise. The two dropped a case of water bottles as they ran away, police said. Officers stopped the pair nearby and found beer and peppermint schnapps in their vehicle.
Molina asked officers to give him a break because his lacrosse team had just won a state championship and swore at them when they refused, police said.
Originally published by Patriot Ledger staff.
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