Tuesday, March 13, 2001

Schools' windows smashed

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        LEBANON — Police are looking for whoever smashed 29 windows at Dunlavy Elementary and Lebanon High schools early Sunday, causing about $14,000 in damage.

        The elementary school on North Water Street had 23 windows broken out, in the principal's office and in classrooms, police said.

        Six other windows were damaged at the high school on Miller Road.

        Janitors discovered the vandalism Sunday during a routine check, police said.

        “If we find the culprits we will definitely prosecute them,” Lebanon schools Superintendent Bill Sears said.

        Monday, school district officials were still replacing glass, and some windows were covered with tarps.


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