The paint was cleaned up Friday and no permanent damage was reported.
For the second time this week, an Oconee County Sheriff's deputy met with an administrator at Oconee County High School. Sometime between 2:50 and 7:11 Friday morning, someone came onto the school's campus and used window paint to write "taunting remarks and lewd comments" on the windows of the school, according to an incident report. The paint was easily removed with window cleaner by maintenance workers and nothing appeared to be permanently damaged, the report noted. On Sunday, school officials learned vulgar images and obscene words had been painted on the front and back of the school's booster club sign, entrance to the school's doors, and on the windows and sidewalks. Mark Channell, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services, said…
The vandalism occurred sometime between 3 a.m. on Oct. 27 and 5 a.m. on Oct. 28, according to an Oconee County Sheriff's Office report.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, October 29, 2012
Updated Wednesday, Oct. 31 An Oconee County Sheriff's deputy was called to Oconee County High School around 1:30 p.m. Sunday to investigate an incident of vandalism. According to a report, the deputy met with an administrator who said someone had drawn "vulgar" images and obscene words on the front and back of the school's booster club sign. Graffiti also appeared at the entrance to the school's doors, windows and sidewalks. Mark Channell, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services, said school officials brought in a crew of maintenance workers Sunday and cleaned up the graffiti within a couple of hours. "We don't know who it was, but fortunately they used stuff that was easy to get off the windows," he said. It didn't appear that …