A schoolgirl has appeared in court over a wrecking spree at Huddersfield Railway Station which caused £300,000 damage.
The 15-year-old, who cannot be named, was before Kirklees Youth Court yesterday.
She was arrested in connection with a bizarre four-hour incident on the evening of January 19.
Mainline trains between Huddersfield and Manchester were halted as a group of yobs allegedly hurled slates and other objects onto cars and the station.
They are alleged to have climbed onto scaffolding at St George’s Warehouse alongside the railway station.
The girl, from the Nottingham area, faces six charges of criminal damage to various vehicles, causing a public nuisance, trespassing upon the lines and causing obstruction of an engine.
She had also been charged over an incident at the railway station six days later on January 25.
On that date she is accused of being found upon a warehouse for an unlawful purpose and threatening a police officer that she would throw items from the roof at him.
The teenager denies the charges and is due to stand trial at the Huddersfield court.
Another youth, a boy aged 16, is also due in court after being jointly charged with the same offences.
The court heard that a 17-year-old boy is set to be charged over the matters.