BROKEN ARROW, Okla. - Two boys are facing charges after significant damage was done to a water treatment plant in Broken Arrow.
Wagoner County deputies were called to the plant near 41st and 201st East Avenue on November 3 where they found nearly $100,000 worth of damage.
Deputies say in addition to all the broken glass were broken surveillance cameras, computers were destroyed, paint was spread around the inside, and garage doors were damaged.
Investigators took surveillance video of two young boys -- about 9-10 years old -- to a Broken Arrow school where staff and administrators recognized them and pulled them out of class.
Deputies say the boys admitted to causing all the damage and charges were sent to the Wagoner County District Attorney's Office for consideration.
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