Aurora Teens Charged in Two Lawrence County Vandalism Cases

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.