Two teens arrested for school vandalism
COVINGTON - Police arrested two teens in connection with vandalism at St. Paul's School.
Covington Police Capt. Jack West tells The Times-Picayune a 17-year-old from Folsom and 18-year-old Carter Norman Hall of Covington were booked with felony criminal damage to property over $500.
They were booked into the St. Tammany Parish jail.
About 40 locations on the Covington school campus were vandalized on April 27. The vandals spray-painted the words "Hitler" and "Hail Satan 666" on the school's bell tower, chapel and religious statues.
They defaced other sites with the Star of David, obscene pictures and splashes of spray paint and latex house paint, police say.
St. Paul's is a Catholic school for boys.