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Two Arrested For Stealing a Van From an Oceana County Bus Garage

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State Troopers arrested an 18 year-old Walkerville man, and a juvenile for wreaking havoc at a public school bus facility.

Troopers were called to the Walkerville bus garage in Oceana county around 11:40 last night.

There, an investigation showed the two climbed the fence, stole a van, and crashed it through a locked gate to get out.

The van was found stuck on a seasonal road several miles away.

Troopers located the suspects hiding in a Christmas tree field.

They were arrested.

The 18 year-old awaits arraignment.

Meanwhile, the 16 year-old will be petitioned into probate court on the same charges.

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