NORFOLK, Va. — 3 teens ended up arrested and confront expenses in relationship with additional than $100,000 in problems to two Virginia Seashore oceanfront lodges.
Tyler John Hines, 19, and Bradley Marconi Meyers, 18, the two from Virginia Beach front, ended up billed with grand larceny, destruction of home, conspiracy to commit a felony, conspiring to trespass and contributing to the delinquency of a minor for legal activity at the Delta Resort by Marriott.
A 3rd teen faces expenses in the incident, but Virginia Seashore police did not identify him since he is a juvenile. They also did not specify his charges.
The Delta Resort by Marriott, at 2800 Shore Push, was damaged into Feb. 5, according to a Sunday release from law enforcement. Damages to the resort from theft and vandalism ended up believed in excess of $100,000.
The lodge is underneath construction has not opened to the community.
Police stated costs are pending for Meyers in connection with destruction to a further hotel.
Many spots of the Wyndham Virginia Beach front Oceanfront, at 5700 Atlantic Ave., were being vandalized overnight on Jan. 23, top to about $10,000 worthy of of damage, according to the release. Law enforcement did not specify which areas of the hotel were being vandalized.
Detectives recovered a lot of instruments, devices and kitchen devices and 32 bottles of liquor — well worth about $1,500 — according to the launch.
Virginia Beach front law enforcement stated the local community presented critical information and facts toward identifying and charging the teens.
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