Police are preparing arrest warrants for three 18-year-old students and a 17-year-old student at following today's discovery of vandalism at the school, according to Sgt. Sal Calvo.
Police were called to the school in Higganum around 6:20 a.m. Monday, after a large number of symbols and messages were discovered written on windows and walls at the school.
The vandals used a washable window paint, Calvo said, although he did not provide any further details, including what was written.
The students have not yet been identified. While Calvo could not confirm what led police to the students all four will face charges of criminal mischief, breach of peace and trespassing.
Following the incident, Region 17 Superintendent Howard Thiery confirmed to Patch that state police were investigating vandalism at the school.
"Wooden crosses were hung from the roof, beer cans were hung from some trees and windows and doors were spray painted with random things," Thiery said.
Workers spent the day cleaning up the vandalism.
Check back with Patch for more details.