Chapel Hill High students charged with vandalism
Posted June 6, 2009 10:00 a.m. EDT
Chapel Hill, N.C. — Chapel Hill High School officials were considering banning four students from graduation ceremonies after they were charged with vandalism for a school prank.
Police said the students spray painted and shot paint balls at several trailers and a building at the high school, 1709 High School Road, early Thursday. Officers arrested the students at the scene.
The students were charged with vandalism to a public building and second-degree trespassing.
The students had to power-wash most of the graffiti off the buildings.