Boy, Girl Accused of Setting Fire to VFW

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LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A boy and a girl are accused of setting fire to a VFW in Tioga County.

State police say the juveniles broke into the VFW in Liberty Township on Monday, took some things, and used gasoline to start the fire.

Troopers did not give their ages.

They’re charged with arson, burglary, criminal mischief, and other related charges.

4 comments

  • catman5308@yahoo.com

    way to show respect for veterans, these kids should have their names published, for many reasons including shaming. then make sure they do JAIL TIME NOT JUVEE.. no respect from these teenage animals

  • jsrant

    I’m sorry but I think is time to start publishing the names of juveniles that commit crimes. If these kids are old enough to do the crime then do the time. If your a victim then don’t list the name. All we do is coddle these kids, parents pay the damages and the juvenile criminal gets a time out. Things need to change here.

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