Six teens have been charged after police say they vandalized the homes of two students who accused a high school coach of sexual battery.

It all comes after David Munoz, head baseball coach and assistant football coach at McIntosh High School in Peachtree City was arrested and charged with sexual battery after a complaint said Munoz possibly made inappropriate physical contact with student athletes in April.

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On May 13, the Peachtree City Police Department received reports of vandalism to two homes in different areas of the city. The department says the victims of the vandalism were also the students who came forward with the allegations against Munoz.

After an investigation, detectives obtained warrants for six teens and charged them with two counts each of criminal damage and intimidating a witness.

The six teens turned themselves into the Fayette County Jail on May 15. The teens, all 18 years of age, have been identified as Bradley Ector, Ethan Ange, Ahmad Ragland, Kaemon Gooden, Tyson Wright and Ashton Blackmon.

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No word on when they're expected to appear in court.

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