“They hit so many stop signs, electrical boxes, fire hydrants, sidewalks and other signs.”
According to police investigative reports Sean Beltran and Joseph Haynes were questioned and arrested.
Beltran, noted police in the report, had his cellphone “seized as evidence, pending a search warrant.”
“Mr. Beltran, after speaking to his father, confessed to being a part, along with Joseph Haynes to all the … listed damages. Both subject(sic) gave written statements as to their involvement.”
Ross Schools Superintendent Chad Konkle released a statement Monday after students, staffers and school parents discovered the graffiti upon arriving in the morning at the high school.
“The administration of Ross Local School District became aware of vandalism to Ross High School early this morning. We are unable to discuss further details as the Ross Township Police are currently investigating the matter.”