The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on February 22, 1998 · Page 24
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Jonathan McPeak, who marked his 18th birthday in jail on Valentine's Day, will be prosecuted as an adult for his alleged part in a vandalism attack on aircraft and facilities at Warren County Memorial Airport McPeak and two others have been charged with breaking into a hangar and inflicting more than $100,000 worth of damage to eight aircraft, including two helicopters used by the Warren County Sheriffs Department for marijuana interdiction. McPeak, whose juvenile record dates to age 12 and includes three periods of detention and attempted rehabilitation, faces grand jury action March 13. During a hearing Friday, Warren County General Sessions and Juvenile Judge Barry Medley ordered the defendant transferred out of the jurisdiction of the juvenile system. Seventeen years old at the time of the Feb. 10 attack on the airport, McPeak met the statutory requirements for prosecution as an adult, Assistant District Attorney Tom Miner said. "He had been on probation a number of times," Miner said, arguing in the transfer hearing that the juvenile justice system had exhausted its rehabilitation options in McPeak's case. Also, Medley found the aircraft vandalism satisfied the criteria for endangerment of human life and safety. Chris G. Smith, 19, and Michael Newby, 17, are being held along with McPeak for damaging 22 runway lights and breaking into the, main hangar, where they allegedly spray-painted graffiti on the aircraft, smashed cockpit windows and discharged fire extinguishers onto the instrument panels of some of the planes. Corrosive chemicals in the fire extinguisher powder are thought to have damaged or destroyed sensitive navigational and communications equipment, according to Warren County Airport Commission Chairman Joe Lane Howard. One of the defaced planes had just had a new paint job, while another had been purchased only three days earlier, Howard said. 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