Neighbors are Cleaning Up Big Messes After Two Teens Released Fire Hydrants
YAKIMA, Wash- People are left cleaning up big messes after two teens released fire hydrants.
18-year-olds Dallas Baldt and Camron Whitehead released 15 to 20 fire hydrants with a wrench at 4am.
Neighbors say they woke up to a popping noise and then saw the two boys hop into their pick-up truck and drive off.
People are now fixing the damages. One neighbor says she has about $1,000 worth of damage. Her landscape gravel is washed into the middle of the street. And her walkway will need repairs.
Another neighbor says she has about $5,000 worth of damage. She woke up to a few feet of water in her basement. Her family spent the day taking their belongings outside. And they had to take out their new carpet they just cleaned the day before.
Even though people are now cleaning up damages, they say they are thankful the boys are caught. The two boys are charged with two counts of 1st and 2nd Degree Malicious Mischief.