4 teens arrested in school riot go before judge
Four teens went before a judge this evening after being arrested for allegedly starting a riot at their school.
The riot took place at the Lincoln Hall School, which is designed to handle troubled boys.
The teens were charged with felony rioting for the outburst that involved 30 students, injured two staff members and caused significant damage to the building.
The four teens are being held on $10,000 bail.
A fifth teen arrested will reportedly be prosecuted in family court.