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Spokane police arrested five teenagers on Monday after they said they attacked two security guards, brandished a weapon and vandalized property near Riverfront Park.

According to a police news release, police responded to a call shortly after 2 a.m. that a person with a weapon was in the 300 block of West North River Drive.

Two security guards from a business in the area observed a group of men vandalizing property near Washington Street between Spokane Falls Boulevard and North River Drive. Officers learned the teens approached one of the workers, pulled out a firearm and threatened the worker, who then returned to his security vehicle, police said.

The press release states that the youths surrounded the truck with the two workers inside and began yelling at them and hitting the truck. The workers called 911 and were able to get away from the group.

Riverfront Park officers and park rangers found and arrested the group, including 19-year-old Cordell J. Walker and 18-year-old Timothy J. Goodman.

Walker was arrested on suspicion of malicious damage to property, harassment with a weapon, sale of alcohol to a minor and second-degree malicious damage to property. Goodman was arrested on suspicion of malicious damage to property and harassment.

Walker remained in the Spokane County Jail on $50,000 bail Tuesday. He also faces charges in another incident, including attempting to elude police, possession of a weapon, driving under the influence and a hit-and-run that injured another person.

Goodman was released from prison on Tuesday.

The other three teenagers were taken to the Spokane County Juvenile Detention Center.

Each of the five youths was charged with aggravated harassment and was also charged with suspicion of criminal riot because the group was “reckless” and caused damage to property, including portable toilets, fences and traffic cones, police said.

The weapon found on one of the teenagers was an airsoft pistol.

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