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14-133 Senior Prank Ends With Five Arrests

Who:
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
Patrol Operations Bureau
-K-9 Unit
-Flight Unit
Youth Education Section
-School Resource Officer Unit

Pinellas County School Board
Dixie Hollins High School

Jaime M. Shaughnessy (Arrested)
DOB: 07/01/1996
Address: 8068 24th Avenue North, St. Petersburg
Arrested for Burglary

Shalleya Codrington (Arrested)
DOB: 11/15/1995
Address: 6781 31st Terrace North, St. Petersburg
Arrested for Burglary

Tyler J. Greenberg (Arrested)
DOB: 02/04/1996
Address: 5481 44th Avenue North, St. Petersburg
Arrested for Burglary

Stephanie L. Sousek (Arrested)
DOB: 03/26/1996
Address: 6781 31st Terrace North, St. Petersburg
Arrested for Burglary

Andre H. Szymanski (Arrested)
DOB: 07/27/1996
Address: 5019 39th Avenue North, St. Petersburg
Arrested for Burglary

What:
Deputies have arrested five teens for Burglary after they “tagged” over 200 exterior windows, doors, benches, columns and vending machines at Dixie Hollins High School. Deputies say the vandalism was part of a senior prank. (All were students at Dixie Hollins except for Jaime Shaughnessy.)

When:
The incident occurred at about 3:20 a.m. on June 3, 2014.

Where:
The crime occurred at Dixie Hollins High School located at 4940 62nd Street North in St. Petersburg.

Why/How:
Deputies responded to Dixie Hollins High School after a citizen observed a group of juveniles jumping a fence to gain access to the school. Deputies established a perimeter around the school and were assisted by the Sheriff’s Flight and K-9 Units.

Deputies first located two of the suspects, 17-year-old Jaime Shaughnessy and 18-year-old Shalleya Codrington in a breeze way of the school. Deputies say the two were in the process of vandalizing several doors and windows with multi-color markers.

The three others, 18-year-old Tyler J. Greenberg, 18-year-old Stephanie Sousek and 17-year-old Andre Szymanski were arrested at a private residence at 6781 31st. Terrace North in St. Petersburg, when deputies responded to that location to contact the parents of Shalleya Codrington.

According to deputies the teens marked over 200 exterior windows, doors, benches, columns and vending machines with markings such  as “2014″ and “Seniors Rule”; as well as vulgar markings. Deputies say they caused damage to the building, where the markings were unable to be removed.

The teens were interviewed by deputies. The teens stated they were seniors, some scheduled to graduate today; and wanted to “go out with a bang.”

All five were arrested for Burglary. Codrington, Greenberg and Sousek were transported to the Pinellas County Jail. Shaughnessy, and Szymanski were transported to the Pinellas Juvenile Assessment Center (PJAC).

The investigation continues.

Andre Szymanski

Andre Szymanski

 

Stephanie Sousek

Stephanie Sousek

Tyler Greenberg

Tyler Greenberg

Shalleya Codrington

Shalleya Codrington

Jaime Shaughnessy

Jaime Shaughnessy

 

 

 

 

 

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