Four high school students were arrested today for thousands of dollars worth of vandalism at a christian school in Rocky Mount.
Some $10,000 in damage was found last Tuesday at Faith Christian School. A ball field, scoreboard, vending machines, entry doors and fencing were damaged.
Charged with felony breaking and entering, injury to real and personal property and disorderly conduct are four students at Nash Central High School. They are Matthew Masney, Cody Flowers, Patrick Horne and Anthony Barham.
All were released on $25,000 unsecured bonds to their parents or guardians.
Thousands of dollars in damage was done to a school Tuesday night by four vandals.
Rocky Mount police say Faith Christian School was the target around 9:50 p.m.
Police say the four men damaged various school facilities, including the ball field, a scoreboard, vending machines, entry doors and fencing. The total damage is estimated at $10,000.
Police say the four men are approximately 6 feet tall, and possibly have paint on their shoes and clothing.
Anyone with information on the school vandalism should contact Crime Stoppers at 252-977-1111.
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