Sacto 9-1-1
May 29, 2012
Foothill High students suspected of senior prank vandalism

About 15 students could face disciplinary action after school officials say they were caught red-handed executing a senior prank.

The students are suspected of spray-painting exterior walls and dumping dirt and debris in the driveway of Foothill High School, 5000 McCloud Drive, in the Twin Rivers Unified School District.

The Foothill High students were caught in the act early this morning by district police on regular patrol. The students were made to clean the driveway, a district spokeswoman said.

The graffiti vandalism will be cleaned from the walls. A decision is pending on possible disciplinary action.

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