May 28, 2014

Fire extinguisher used in Tuttle High School vandalism


Tuttle police are investigating a report of vandalism at Tuttle High School that allegedly took place following the graduation ceremony. 

High School Principal Robert Odam said he returned to his office following graduation to find it covered with white powder. Odam said security cameras revealed a white male took a fire extinguisher from the hallway and walked into his office. 

"Odam showed me his office," an incident report states. "There was a layer of white powder over the carpet, desks and book shelves. There was also white powder on both computers in his office. The fire extinguisher was lying next to the door."

Odam said he saw another while male walk into his office during the time of the incident. 

Tuttle Police Chief Don Cluck said TPD has two suspects in mind, but was unsure whether they are juveniles. 

"We do think they are students," he said.

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