JOHNSTOWN - Two Glove Cities teenagers accused in the July 7 break-in of the Gloversville Little League's concession stand were indicted by a Fulton County grand jury Friday on felony burglary and criminal mischief counts.
An indictment was handed up against Trey A. Vaughn, 19, of 411 N. Market St., Johnstown; and Nathan K. Wood, 17, of 16 Montgomery St.. Gloversville.
They were each charged with one felony count of third-degree burglary, and one misdemeanor count of petit larceny. Vaughn also was charged with felony third-degree criminal mischief, and Wood was additionally charged with misdemeanor false impersonation.
Gloversville police said both are accused in the July 7 break-in of the Gloversville Little League's concession stand at 50 Harrison St.
"They were looking for something to steal and they were being destructive," Fulton County District Attorney Louise Sira said Friday.
Vaughn was arrested July 19 on Poole Avenue in Gloversville. Police arrested Wood on July 25 after he was located by officers at the Trail Station Park in Gloversville. He originally gave a false name, date of birth and address, in an attempt to avoid arrest, police said.
The indictment alleges Vaughn and Wood entered the Gloversville Little League concessions building at 10:30 p.m. "with intent to commit a crime therein." The indictment adds that the pair took an "unknown amount of money" from the cash register.
With his criminal mischief count, Vaughn is accused in the indictment of causing $1,088 worth of damage to exterior and interior doors at the concession stand.