Greenwood Students Illegally Enter School, Authorities Say

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Four Greenwood Students have been cited on suspicion of criminal trespassing, according to Lt. Nicholas Driscoll with the Greenwood Police Department.

The students illegally entered East Hills Middle School through an unlocked window after school hours on Feb. 16, according to authorities.

The suspects then took milk cartons from the cafeteria and poured them out in the building.

While identified as Greenwood School District students, they do not attend East Hills Middle School. The suspects confessed to their crimes after police interviewed them.

Each student was cited with criminal trespass and criminal mischief.

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