PERRYSBURG, N.Y. (WIVB) - Five teenagers of Kenmore face trespassing charges following an incident last week in Perrysburg.
All of the teenagers ages 18 and 19-years-old, were charged after troopers found their suspicious vehicle.
Troopers spotted their car parked across from the JN Adam grounds on Peck Hill Rd., hiding behind a pile of millings.
After checking the unoccupied car, Troopers observed it leaving thus stopping it on Peck Hill Rd.
Once the driver and passengers were questioned by officials, it was determined they had passed the fence and entered the abandoned JN Adam grounds.
Jacob Emler, Travis Ratka, Michael Burgio, Matthew Ellsworth and Timothy Kelly are due in Perrysburg Court at a later date.
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