GREENVILLE — Three teenagers were arrested Thursday after allegedly breaking into the Baldwin Lake Beach House and stealing candy.
Two of the teens also allegedly stole a laptop computer from a Greenville High School construction trailer and also broke into and caused major damage to a city building.
Greenville Department of Public Safety officers responded to the Baldwin Lake Beach House at 851 W. Baldwin Lake Road at 8:59 p.m. Thursday. Officers discovered someone had used rocks to break the glass on a vending machine and took an unknown amount of candy. Witnesses provided officers with descriptions of three subjects involved.
A short time later, an officer located three teens walking near Maplewood Drive and Oak Street. The teens matched the description reported earlier. Upon further investigation, the three teens were arrested and brought to the police station. Some candy was recovered on one of the teens.
Randy Bunce, 17, and Summer Tignanelli, 17, both of Gowen were transported to the Montcalm County Jail in Stanton. The third juvenile suspect was released to his parents. They are all being charged with larceny in a building.
The arrest of Bunce and the juvenile led to the recovery of a laptop computer, which was reported stolen from a Greenville High School construction trailer on May 7. Bunce and the juvenile are also believed to have broken into a city building at 1415 Shearer Road, which is currently being used as a waste storage facility. The two teens allegedly destroyed several fixtures inside the building, causing several hundred dollars worth in damages.
The construction trailer break-in and city building break-in remain under investigation.