Three girls “created their own disaster” inside a Florida foam and insulation company and left $350,000 in damage in their wake during Tropical Depression Nicole, authorities said Friday.
The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office said the damage to the Imperial Foam & Insulation company in Ormond Beach included slashed bags of raw polystyrene material, forklifts moved and crashed into products, smashed property and spray-int graffiti.
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The girls, ages 12-13, allegedly spray-painted their names onto foam blocks. One image was of a male body rt.
An employee at the warehouse overheard the spraying and saw the girls running from the building, authorities said.
They were caught a short distance away.
They are each charged with trespassing and burglary of a business and criminal mischief, both enhanced felonies due to the state of emergency.