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PRINEVILLE, OR -- A Bend teen is accused of damaging property at Crook County High School. According to Prineville Police, a school employee discovered the estimated $24,000 in damage, including to stage curtains in the auditorium. The incident reportedly occurred during an "after-school function" on September 2. 


Following an investigation, authorities identified a 16-year-old suspect; they took him into custody this week, and turned him over to the Crook County Juvenile Department. He's charged with Criminal Mischief and Trespassing. 
Anyone with information in the case is asked to call Prineville Police at 541-447-4168.  

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