Thursday, September 21, 2017

Four University of Utah students charged with criminal mischief after BYU's Cougar statue is vandalized



They almost got away with their crime!
Salt Lake Tribune reports four University of Utah students who were literally caught red-handed 15 minutes after allegedly spray-painting two red “U” logos and a white smiling face on the cougar statue at Brigham Young University’s football stadium almost got away with the rivalry-inspired act of vandalism, according to a report filed by BYU police.

However, the students — two males, 18 and 20, and two females, 18 and 19 — returned to the scene of the crime to get selfies and other photographs of their artwork and were arrested by police in the early morning hours of Sept. 9, the day of the BYU-Utah football game.


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