(NEWSER) – High school senior pranks might get students punished from time to time—but it's not every day that they result in felony charges. That, however, is the case for four seniors at the Northwestern Local School District in Ohio, after their prank led to the closure of all district schools on Friday.

Taylor Monroe, Stewart Parrott, and Justin Weekly, all 18, as well as Anthony Esposito, 19, are accused of letting the air out of 24 school buses' tires by breaking off the valve stems, WHIO reports. That's the whole fleet of buses, the New Carlisle News notes. "You have been pranked by seniors 2015," said a chalked message, adding: "To have school or to not have school?"

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