Man gets 3 years in prison for vandalizing Englewood High School, causing thousands in damage


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DENVER — A man accused of breaking into Englewood High School in suburban Denver, setting several small fires and causing thousands of dollars in damage to a computer room has been sentenced to three years in prison.

The Denver Post reports ( ) 26-year-old Anthony Ryan Meany was one of three men convicted in the case. Twenty-three-year-old Michael Alan Trickel and 29-year-old Chad Delgadillo, both of Englewood, each received five years of probation.

Prosecutors say Meany was the ringleader.

Police say they found a cellphone in the courtyard on campus that contained a video showing Delgadillo and Trickel starting fires throughout the band room while Meany played drums.

The men have been ordered to pay more than $200,000 in restitution.

Information from: The Denver Post,

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