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Student Arrested For Allegedly Cutting Trees Down At Local School

17 trees were cut down at Gloversville High School.

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This happened on Thursday night. Many were gifts to the high school from previous graduating classes or they were planted in honor of the deceased.

In the story that I saw on CBS 6 Albany, a surveillance video was reviewed by authorities, which led to the arrest of an 18-year-old. Kurtis Callen has been accused of vandalizing the trees, He’s been charged with Criminal Mischief and Trespass.

School personnel and Gloverville Police would like to know if anyone has any more information, and to contact them if you do.

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