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THREE STUDENTS CHARGED IN CLEMENT HALL WATER PIPE VANDALISM

Three University of Tennessee male students have been charged with vandalism after a burst water pipe incident closed down Clement Hall over the weekend. 19-year-old Robert Reed, Aaron Griesmer and Thomas Bellet, both 18-years-of-age, confessed to punching ceiling tiles on the 7th floor hallway outside of their suite when the pipe burst. The floor was flooded, along with water flowing into the lower floors and electrical switch boxes with all of the boarding students being evacuated. The floor reopened on Wednesday. The damage was estimated at $2 million.

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