Cops Nab Teens in HS Janitor's Closet Break-in

The juveniles were arrested on charges of burglary and breaking curfew

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    Officers said the door appeared to be opened after the alarms were activated.

    San Diego police arrested two teenagers Thursday for breaking into a school janitor’s closet.

    Officers responded to Mira Mesa High School on Reagan Road around 3 a.m. after security alarms were set off near the school’s back bungalows.

    The doors to the closet had been broken into officers said.

    While it doesn’t appear the teens actually stole anything but they were arrested on charges of burglary and breaking curfew.

    San Diego’s curfew for juveniles is from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

    Police said they were not sure if the suspects are students of Mira Mesa High School. 

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