Three Calcasieu Parish teens have been arrested for burglarizing and damaging more than 30 vehicles in the Moss Bluff area.
Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's officials arrested 17 year old Tanner J. Holland and two juveniles, age 15 and 16.
Between December 27 and December 31, authorities received over 30 reports of vehicles being burglarized and damaged in the Moss Bluff area. In one incident, a truck was stolen and then crashed and abandoned.
The teens allegedly targeted unlocked vehicles and stole over $3,000 worth of items, including electronics, wrapped Christmas gifts, and wallets. They're also accused of slashing tires, cracking windshields and tail lights, and keying vehicles.
When questioned by detectives, both juveniles and Holland admitted to the allegations.
All are charged with 14 counts of simple burglary; 15 counts of criminal damage to property; 2 counts of theft over $1,500; 5 counts of theft under $500; and 1 count of theft of a motor vehicle.
Holland was booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center. His bond is set at $257,500.
The two juveniles were charged and released to their parents.