ROCK HILL — Police believe a 15-year-old South Pointe High School student is responsible for vandalizing several cars in the student parking lot and damaging computers and furniture in a classroom.
Charges are still pending against the boy, who police say cut his fourth period class on Nov. 9 and scratched down the left side of a car with a rock. He also scratched profanity onto the car’s hood. Two students saw him do the damage and he gave a written statement admitting to it, a Rock Hill police report shows.
Three days later, officers investigated more vandalism involving obscene pictures on a car and truck. Officials also have surveillance video of the boy vandalizing a school bus.
Finally, on Nov. 13, police say the boy and his brother broke into two classrooms after school was over and damaged computers and furniture, a Rock Hill report states. They stole microphones from the classrooms, broke a laptop and cut the teacher’s chair.