Boys break into middle school, said they wanted drink of water, sheriff says

Boys break into middle school, said they wanted drink of water, sheriff says

BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) -- Two boys could be facing charges after they broke into a Boise area middle school, the Ada County Sheriff's Office says.

Detectives say two boys, ages 11 and 12, used a rock to break a classroom window at Lake Hazel Middle School.

They then ventured inside the school Tuesday night, but set off a motion sensor alarm along the way.

When deputies arrived, the boys said the broke into the school so they could get a drink of water.

The boys were released into the custody of their parents. Ada County prosecutors will decide whether the boys will face any charges, which could include malicious injury to property and unlawful entry.