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Trio charged in vandalizing Fayetteville school face more charges

Three Walker Spivey School students were charged Wednesday with vandalizing classrooms and buses at their Fayetteville school.

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Three Fayetteville students charged with vandalizing classrooms and buses at their school face additional charges, Cumberland County Sheriff's Office said Friday. 

Drew Paris Love, 16, of 1107 Center St., Kalisha Dionne Sykes, 16, of 337 Old Wilmington Road, and Peter Denning, 16, of 510 Orlando St., already face multiple counts of felony breaking and entering, injury to personal property, breaking and entering a motor vehicle and misdemeanor injury to real property.

Investigators with the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office said the suspects broke into seven classroom buildings and seven buses, smashed windows, set off fire extinguishers and destroyed electronic equipment at Walker Spivey School.

On Friday, investigators said the three have been charged with breaking into Massey Hill Classical High on Southern Avenue and Howard Health and Science School on Camden Road. 

Love, Sykes and Denning were being held under $40,500 secured bonds at the Cumberland County Detention Center on Friday. 

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