Two teenage Canadian boys allegedly set fire to a police station so that they would be arrested and join their buddy behind bars. According to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the two teens burned down the building and inflicted $20,000 in damage. It is unclear whether the incident was part of a pattern of youths conducting destructive "missions" on Sundays, which some refer to as "Bad Ass Sundays.”
When the 13-year-old and a 14-year-old were arrested last week for the crime, prosecutors concluded that they lit the blaze because they wanted to join a friend who the RCMP had locked up for setting a truck on fire, The Inquisitr reported.
"They both planned to get arrested to go be with (a third youth) in prison," said Attorney Courtney St. Croix.
“RCMP in the area are particularly concerned because a group of young individuals seem to be establishing some type of a gang," St. Croix said. "If they're willing to (allegedly) burn down an RCMP detachment to come hang out with their friend, I'm concerned about what else they'll be willing to do to bring themselves back to jail."