Dozen Suspects Identified by Police in DCHS Vandalism – $5,000 Damages Estimated – RePostMay 14th, 2013 by iPhone
More details have come to light, following Friday morning’s discovery of the vandalism at Drew Central High School, including a list of approximately a dozen “senior prank” suspects, and the realization of around $5,000 in damage.
The photos show the Carpet Medics Restoration team working in the classroom where the fire extinguisher was discharged.
Aside from the clean-up expenses, it was discovered that the chemical fire suppressant damaged several computer equipment.
It was also realized that UAM officers had documented a list of 10-12 youths, most ages 17-18, who were seen leaving the Drew Central campus during the early morning hours, Friday.
MPD has the list of possible suspects, and is continuing the ongoing investigation.
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