High school prank keeps CHS administrators behind sealed doors
On Wednesday, June 3 Claremont High School seniors are thought to be behind the latest hi jinx on campus that resulted in $700 in damage to school property. Sometime between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. the following day, unknown suspects sprayed all seven of the main office doors and locks with a foamy glue-like substance. Officers responded to the school and discovered the foam had expanded and dried in the keyholes to the locks, preventing school staff from entering the building. A school administrator told Claremont police the vandalism was most likely a senior prank. While school may be out for the summer, the investigation remains ongoing.
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