Two juveniles were arrested this week for allegedly burglarizing a Hopkins County School.
A news release from the Hopkins County Sheriff's Office says deputies responded to Earlington Elementary School, where 30 iPad's valued at 500 dollars each were stolen during a break-in over the weekend.
Other smaller items were also stolen and an iPad charging station was damaged. The investigation led Deputies Lydon Logan and Rebecca Bleidt to a residence in Earlington, where police found 27 of the stolen tablets, the charging cords and other stolen property.
A 17-year old and a 13-year old juvenile were arrested and charged with third degree burglary. At least one of the suspects allegedly admitted to the crime. Total value of the stolen items recovered is estimated at $14,500 and one iPad remains missing.