Pair Accused Of Stealing From Parkland High School Memorial

Two people are accused of stealing teddy bears, plaques and other items from a memorial at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, authorities say.

Michael Shawn Kennedy, 37, and Kara O'Neil, 40, were arrested Sunday on charges of removing or disfiguring a tomb or monument.

The pair took the cherished items, according to witnesses, that were hung along a fence outside the Parkland high school where 17 students and faculty were killed on Feb. 14th.

Kennedy represented himself in court on Monday. A judge ordered a $1,000 bond and told him to stay away from the school. Kennedy remains in jail.

O'Neil, from New York, remained behind bars on $1,000 bond Monday, according to records. 

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