ATLANTA – Atlanta Public Schools has stepped up security at Boyd Elementary School after it was hit by criminals twice in less than two weeks.
Authorities say the two incidents are not related.
Then over the weekend, police arrested three different suspects after catching them breaking into the school. Kijon Griffin, Marcellus Copeland and a juvenile are being charged in that crime. The three were attempting to steal various items, including computers and projector screens, from classrooms, police said.
Atlanta Public Schools issued a statement on Monday saying:
The incidents that occurred at Boyd Elementary are unrelated. However, the perpetrators involved in the burglary this weekend were apprehended.