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Three Nashua teens arrested for destroying street signs

NASHUA (KWWL) -- Three Nashua teens are facing charges after they were caught destroying thirteen street signs.

19-Year-Old Dalton Prochaska, 18-Year-Old Dillon Vest, and 19-Year-Old Shaun Dempsey were all arrested

The three are charged with criminal mischief, public intoxication and interfering with official acts.

Nashua police say more than $1,000 worth of damage was done.

They are currently being held in the Chickasaw County Jail.

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