Garland County Deputies arrested two juvenile boys in a home at 210 Nimbus Street after getting a call of suspicious persons in the area.
The boys, ages 14 and 15 were arrested and charged with Residential Burglary and Criminal Mischief.
According to the report, Deputy Holland was dispatched to 210 Nimbus Street on a suspicious persons report. Upon arrival, Deputy Holland spoke with Bobby Ross, who lives at 206 Nimbus Street. Ross informed deputies that he had seen two juvenile kids, both white males run up the driveway and around the back of the home. Deputy Holland drove to 210 Nimbus and parked in the driveway.
As the deputy approached the residence on the west side, he could hear pounding sounds and talking. Deputy Holland called for backup.
Captain Lacey arrived on the scene and they both approached the backside of the home. Deputy Holland observed a window open. Deputy Holland also checked the back door, which was also open.
Deputy Holland drew his weapon and went inside the home. Holland then caught the two juveniles inside destroying the bedroom walls. Captain Lacey watched the suspects while Deputy Holland cleared the rest of the residence. Deputy Holland noticed fresh paint on the walls and also on the carpet in several rooms throughout the residence.
The suspects were then arrested and transported to the Juvenile Detention Center for processing.