Four Salina teens are in trouble after allegedly breaking into a shuttered fun center.
Police Captain Paul Forrester tells KSAL News that officers were called to Jumpin’ Joes Family Fun Center located at 1634 Sunflower, around 4:15pm Tuesday to check on a report of trespassing.
When police arrived they discovered a broken window and four juvenile males on the property.
Estimated replacement cost for the glass is $500. All four males who are 16-years-old and under are facing charges for trespassing. A 15 and 16-year-old will also face possible charges for damage to property.
All four boys were released to the custody of their parents and will be referred to juvenile court.