Update: Interview with school resource officer.
If you park your car at , beware of falling rocks.
Unseen vandals throwing rocks smashed windows and damaged the body of two vehicles Monday afternoon in the lower parking lot at CVHS, according to police and one parent. The lower lot is also known as the junior lot.
On Monday, the vandals struck between 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., Pike said. She said her son's car was vandalized.
on the last day of school in June.
Police Deputy Paul Schaff patrols CVHS. He said there could be a connection between the two vandalism cases.
Kids from the nearby neighborhood are the likely suspects, Schaff said. He said nothing was stolen from the vehicles in either case, and the vandals hid behind bushes out of sight of security cameras.
And he said the vandalism happened so randomly it's hard for CVHS students to protect their property. The best thing for students to do is park near the cameras until more security cameras are installed, the officer said.
But he also said doing so can be hard, with parking so limited the school .
Assistant Principal Todd Amon is drafting a proposal to add more security cameras to the parking lot, Schaff said.
One of the targeted vehicles was a black Ford F-150 pickup, according to a police call made Monday at 6:44 p.m.
"There is no security in the lower parking lot," Pike said. "It is not secure for students to park there."