Three juveniles have been charged in connection with the recent vandalism that occurred on the Senatobia Jr/Sr High School campus, according to Senatobia Police Chief Steve Holts.
The three male juveniles, ages 15, 16, and 17, have each been charged with one count of destruction of public property.
Chief Holts said the suspects are students at the school and were charged after authorities received a tip through the Tate County CrimeStoppers.
District Director of Safety Veo Moore told the Democrat-Record that the district will likely seek reimbursement for man hours and supplies used in the clean up of the vandalism, which included graffiti and broken windows.
Two other juvenile males were also recently charged in connection with vandalism that was discovered at Senatobia Middle School several days after the high school vandalism was reported.