One by one, more than a dozen teenagers are being held accountable for a “senior prank” involving criminal damage at Mohave High School in Bullhead City. Up to 15 youngsters are being prosecuted for the April 28 mischief that resulted in more than $6,200 in vandalism at the school.

Many of the defendants have already entered plea agreements. Punishment doled out by Mohave County Superior Court judge Steve Conn has involved probation and 30 day jail sentences.

Prosecutor Michael Crocker said it appears that one of the cases will go to trial. Those who are convicted are being ordered to pay a share of the restitution to reimburse the school district.