Over a dozen teens are now facing charges in connection with a party at a Los Angeles mansion that ended with the theft of a snow leopard.
Fourteen teenagers stand accused of breaking in to the home last November while the owner was out of town and throwing a wild party on the premises.
The 90-thousand-square-foot home sustained over one-million dollars in losses and damages.
Police say party-goers walked off with numerous items, including pieces of armor, designer clothing and a 250-thousand dollar mounted snow leopard.
Deputies later found the leopard in one of the teens' possession.