Thousands of students in South Florida have taken part in school walkouts as a way to protest the lack of an arrest in the Trayvon Martin killing at the hands of a volunteer neighborhood watch campaign.
All of them remained peaceful except for one and North Miami Beach police released surveillance video Tuesday of that incident which took place at a Walgreens located at 1501 NE 163rd Street.
According to North Miami Beach Police, between 400 to 500 students from North Miami Beach Senior High School took part in a student protest Friday, March 23rd when as many as 100 of those students swarmed the Walgreens around 10:40 a.m.
The school Assistant Principal is also seen in the video trying to stop the students from continuing to flood into the store and telling the ones inside to get out.
Some of the students ransacked shelving displays and broke some merchandise, valued at approximately $150, according to North Miami Beach police. This crime constitutes criminal mischief. Criminal mischief is the destruction of the property of another. It can be either a felony or misdemeanor depending on the value of the property destroyed.
Police and Walgreens have yet to determine if any store items may have been stolen.
The video does not show the ransacking or any theft. Charges have not been filed as of yet.