New windows are installed in the library at Darrington Elementary School on Aug. 31, a month after vandals broke in and tore apart classrooms, broke windows and emptied fire extinguishers — causing almost $1 million in damage. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

New windows are installed in the library at Darrington Elementary School on Aug. 31, a month after vandals broke in and tore apart classrooms, broke windows and emptied fire extinguishers — causing almost $1 million in damage. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Second teen charged after $1 million in school vandalism

Two teens now face felony charges for damage at two schools in Darrington last summer.

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