JPSO investigating threatening graffiti found on Metairie Park Country Day campus
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating threatening graffiti found on The Metairie Park Country Day school campus.
The head of the the school, Matt Neely, released a statement saying last Friday someone wrote hateful graffiti on a bathroom stall.
He went on to say that the school is an inclusive, loving, caring community and is disheartened to see this happen on the campus.
Read Neely’s statement here :
“Last Friday, someone wrote hateful and threatening graffiti on a bathroom stall on campus. We reported the incident to the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office and there is currently an ongoing investigation. We are an inclusive, loving, and caring community and are disheartened to have this occur on our campus.”
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