From Ozarks First

Three teens from Aurora have been charged with felony property destruction and misdemeanor trespassing in connection with vandalism on June 4 at the Aurora municipal swimming pool.

Court records indicate that inflatable pool play equipment valued at $5,700 was slashed during the overnight incident.

Probable cause statements in the case state that two individuals who wished to remain anonymous told law enforcement that 17-year-old Curtis Michael Lee Board had told them he and two other Aurora youths had crawled over the fence surrounding the pool and slashed the play equipment.

Board, 17-year-old Matthew Scott Levan and 19-year-old Kyler Allen Lamastus, are named in court documents.

Board and Levan are also facing charges in another vandalism case along with 17-year-old Holden Davenport  according to The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

The Lawrence County Prosecutor has charged those three individuals with felony Institutional vandalism .

Citizens aided the Aurora Police Department by sending in tips, the information was then followed up by a Aurora Detective and passed on to Lawrence County Detectives.