Victims show evidence of damage from vandalism spree
Henderson, NV (KTNV) -- Victims of a vandalism spree in Henderson showed Action News evidence of the damage caused.
Police said a group of teens are to blame for randomly hitting more than 20 cars with paintballs and stolen marbles.
"It was pretty frustrating, pretty maddening to come out in the morning to have your vehicle all smashed up," said Steven Craig, one victim of the drive-bys.
Some victims said to pay hundreds of dollars to repair their cars. Police said the cost of damage to the vehicles ranged from $150 to more than $1,500.
Those victims are upset, wanting to know why the teens' parents didn't know their kids were out in the middle of the night vandalizing cars.
The teens were arrested Friday after attempting to steal marbles from a local Walmart, a police spokesperson said.
"That's ridiculous," another victim said. "I think it's kind of funny. I'm glad they got caught."
Twins Brandon and Bryce Sepe were the only suspects identified in the incident. The other teens' identities are being protected due to their status as juveniles.