Girls Vandalize Foam and Insulation Warehouse to the Tune of $350k
Three teen girls aged 12 and 13 vandalized a foam and insulation warehouse causing more than $350,000 in damage in Ormond Beach according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office.
The girls broke into the Imperial Foam and Insulation Manufacturing Company located at 2360 Old Tomoka Road in Ormond Beach which is a manufacturer of expanded polystyrene blocks used for a variety of purposes
Deputies say the vandals allegedly slashed open bags of raw polystyrene material, which is used to make the blocks, drove forklifts inside the building crashing them into other products, smashed property, and spray painted graffiti throughout the business including two of the girls who painted their own names on foam blocks inside the building.
The sheriff’s office documented the damage with photographs showing piles of raw Polystyrene material strewn about the warehouse that made it look like an indoor ski slope.
Yesterday, three girls ages 12 to 13 created their own disaster by vandalizing Imperial Foam & Insulation in Ormond Beach and causing $350K+ in damage.
The damage included slashed bags of raw polystyrene material, crashed fork lifts, smashed property and spray-paint graffiti. pic.twitter.com/0JKGt2XKUi
— Volusia Sheriff (@VolusiaSheriff) November 11, 2022
Florida foam and insulation warehouse vandalized by 3 girls during Tropical Depression Nicole, cops say https://t.co/V9uh3eBGmP
— Tech Jaun (@techjaun) November 11, 2022
(Fox News):#Florida foam and insulation warehouse vandalized by 3 girls during #Tropical Depression Nicole, cops say : Three young girls vandalized a foam and insulation warehouse while Tropical Depression Nicole battered Florida .. https://t.co/tcgiBgfyOu
— NewsOnePlace.com (@newsoneplace) November 11, 2022
The Sheriff’s office stated on their Facebook page that an employee of the company went into the warehouse and overheard the girls and witnessed them spraying graffiti before the girls fled the business. The vandals were caught a short distance down the street from the business.
The girls decided that the Sheriff’s Office didn’t have enough to do while dealing with hurricane Nicole. There are literally streets and houses falling into the ocean, two people were electrocuted, thousands had to be evacuated, and the Sheriff’s Office had to pull manpower out of those areas in order to deal with these three vandals.
I did some ciphering and $350,000 divided by three is $166,666.66. So, the parents better get their wallets out.
The girls were charged with criminal mischief and commercial burglary and issued a trespass warning from the business. Due to the state of emergency declared by Governor Ron DeSantis prior to the arrival of hurricane Nicole, the girls charges will be enhanced.
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