Two charged after break-in at Eugene school

EUGENE, Ore. - One teen was arrested and another cited after a break-in at Willamette High School early Wednesday morning, police said.

Police also got a report of a possible break-in at Kelly Middle School at 2:09 a.m. Details from police were scarce on that incident.

In the Wil-Hi break-in, someone reported hearing breaking glass and male voices. Police said a window was found broken on the northeast side of the school. Pat McGillvray with the Bethel School District said someone broke into a vending machine inside the school.

Eugene police responded with a Springfield police dog in training. They contacted four juveniles. Police arrested one 15 or 16-year-old on charges of second degree burglary and criminal mischief. A 15-year-old was cited and released on the same charges. The two others were let go after being contacted by police.