PALM COAST, Fla. -- Three teens face felony charges after "Grinching" in Palm Coast early Sunday morning.
The trio of 17-year-olds allegedly stole holiday lawn ornaments from multiple Palm Coast homes and damaged mailboxes along several city streets, according to a release from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.
Flagler County Sheriff's deputies responded to multiple calls Sunday morning of stolen lights and decorations. The teens hit over a dozen homes and vehicles in their alleged spree of Grinching.
Once apprehended, the teens returned the stolen decorations and assisted investigators with identifying the damage they are accused of causing. According to the FCSO, two baseball bats used to damage mailboxes were recovered from vacant lots.
The three juvenile suspects have been charged with felony grand theft, criminal mischief and felony criminal mischief.
First Coast News