Tuesday, parents of two juvenile suspects turned in their sons to police for demolishing over a half dozen Freeland School District vehicles.
The parents brought the boys to the Tittabawassee Township Police Department to admit their responsibility for the damage. This weekend, the boys allegedly cut brake lines, slashed tires, smashed windows and demolished six school busses, two tractors, and two utility vehicles.
Both Freeland area juveniles were interviewed by detectives and confessed to the crime. They have since been released to their parents.
This investigation will be turned over to the Saginaw County Prosecutor's Office for review and authorization of charges.