Rebels take 'school prank' too far in Turner County
An investigation is underway at Turner County High School after investigators said what was meant to be a "school prank", went too far.
Turner County Sheriff Andy Hester says that around ten students broke into the school sometime Thursday and caused the damage.
Hester says that prank looks to have started with flour, water and eggs and there were overturned chairs and desks, but there was also damage done in computer labs.
School police needed extra man power so the Georgia Bureau of Investigations and the Turner County Sheriff's Office were called in to assist in the investigation.
School cameras captured most of the vandalism.
Hester adds that the school is hoping to handle this incident within the school system, but if students responsible do not cooperate, they could face criminal charges.