FRANKENMUTH, Mich. (AP) -- A 17-year-old boy and four young men are facing arraignment on felony charges over a Christmas Day vandalism spree at a popular Christmas-themed store in mid-Michigan.
The five are charged with malicious destruction of property and conspiracy in connection with the damage to 75 displays outside Bronner's Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth.
The suspects are 17-year-old Caleb Quintanilla, 20-year-old Samuel Quintanilla, 19-year-old Ryan Buckler, 21-year-old Nickolas Bright and 20-year-old Branden Dean. All are from Genesee County's Genesee Township. They've been released on bond.
The Saginaw News says the court hearing was put off one day until Tuesday because the suspects' lawyers were unavailable.
Bronner's chief executive Wayne Bronner tells The Associated Press damage is estimated at $50,000.