Published: Jan 26, 2011 12:06 AM EST
Updated: Jan 25, 2011 9:02 PM EST

FORT MYERS, FL-Three accused vandals are behind bars.
Deputies say they're responsible for more than 60 thousand dollars in damage to school property and people's cars.

"It just doesn't surprise me that he would have done something like this."

Jeff Muench didn't bat an eye when we told him that his 15 Year old neighbor was one of three juveniles arrested and accused of vandalizing school buses,  pick up trucks, and a canoe at Canterbury School.

"The police are over there all the time, he's just a kid that needs guidance."

We're not identifying that kid, or the other two, who are just 13 and 14 years old.
They're also accused of damaging a construction site.
They weren't done yet, deputies say they vandalized several cars in a parking garage not far away.

"We came back to the parking structure to pick up my vehicle and we found my car with four flat tires and all the windows busted out on the passenger side."

A previous encounter with the teens, led deputies to the three.
They were arrested.

"It's a good feeling to know that they found who did it, number one you don't want it to escalate. I feel bad for the parents of these children."

We stopped by all three of the teens' houses but no one was home. When we called their parents, they immediately hung up the phone.