- Associated Press - Saturday, June 13, 2015

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Police say they are considering charges after students vandalized Asheville High School as part of a senior prank.

Media outlets reported that cooking oil was poured on the front steps and eggs, pudding and flour were thrown on windows and doors. Police say students also broke into the school and poured more oil and flour on the seats in the auditorium.

Investigators say the students took shrubbery that usually spells out the school’s initials, A-H-S and altered it into an obscenity.

Authorities say it appears about 15 students were involved and they are reviewing surveillance cameras and deciding whether charges should be filed.

Officials say senior pranks at the school are common, but most are harmless like throwing underwear into trees.


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