ATLANTA — Two teens accused of vandalizing a high school, several restaurants and a police car have been arrested after posting videos on Snapchat of their spree in an Atlanta suburb.

Local news outlets reported on Monday that Gary Higginbotham and Christopher Gonzales posted videos to their Snapchats of them breaking into Lassiter High School in Marietta. The videos also show the two spraying a fire extinguisher from a car at patrons on a restaurant patio as they drive by. They’re seen jumping on the hood of an unoccupied Cobb County police car as well.

WSB-TV reports the teens were charged with five felonies and four misdemeanors.

WXIA-TV reports that both teens were jailed on $40,000 bail for the charges, which include burglary and vandalism.

It’s unclear if either has an attorney.

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