Breakdancer With Diamond Belt Buckle Caused $3,000 In Damages To Wood Floor, Charged With Felony: Police
CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. Police said they've arrested a teenager who caused thousands of dollars in damage to a western New York home's hardwood floor by break dancing on it while wearing a large diamond belt buckle.
Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard said the 18-year-old apparently was intoxicated when he arrived at a house party held by the victim's daughters in Elma, a small town just east of Buffalo. He said when the teen repeatedly tried to break dance he gouged the floor and caused about $3,000 worth of damage.
Police said the victim was on vacation at the time.
A sheriff's deputy arrested the teen Sunday night at his home in neighboring Cheektowaga, a Buffalo suburb.
The teen faces a felony criminal mischief charge and a misdemeanor trespassing charge. He's been jailed pending arraignment.