Three Florida girls ages 12 to 13 created their own disaster during Tropical Storm Nicole, by vandalizing a foam and insulation company, then running from the building.

Three Florida Girls Ages 12-13 Charged After Using Forklift To Vandalize Foam Company

Three Florida girls ages 12 to 13 created their own disaster during Tropical Storm Nicole, by vandalizing a foam and insulation company, then running from the building.

Three Florida girls ages 12 to 13 created their own disaster during Tropical Storm Nicole, by vandalizing a foam and insulation company, then running from the building.

According to deputies the trio vandalized the Imperial Foam & Insulation in Ormond Beach and caused $350,000 or more in damage.

Deputies say the damage included slashed bags of raw polystyrene material, forklifts moved and crashed into products, smashed property, and spray-paint graffiti.

According to investigators, two of the girls spray-painted their names onto foam blocks.

Deputies say that an employee entered the warehouse, overheard the spraying, and then saw the girls running from the building. The three didn’t make it far and were caught just down the street from the warehouse.

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Each girl was trespassed from the property and charged with burglary of a business and criminal mischief, both enhanced felonies due to the state of emergency.

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