Hank Silverberg, wtop.com
WASHINGTON - A senior prank at a local high school in Virginia is getting two teenagers into big trouble.
Police in Prince William County have charged two Woodbridge High School seniors with burglary and vandalism.
The two were seen on surveillance cameras inside the school setting off fire extinguishers, dumping liquid onto the floor and glueing coins to doors.
The prank caused more than $10,000 dollars worth of damage. Aaron Gilliam, 18, of Woodbridge, and a 17-year-old whose name has not been released both face charges.
Gilliam is due in court the same week he is scheduled to graduate.
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