Tiffin, Ohio — Several Tiffin Columbian High School student athletes are being accused of vandalizing the residences of three Tiffin City Schools staff members.
According to a statement from the school district released Tuesday, several high school football players were identified as suspects in the vandalism of three staff members’ residences, which took place on Saturday, Oct. 16.
Tiffin police records state that the vandalism calls on Saturday involved eggs being thrown at houses and cars.
The students are being disciplined in accordance with the Tiffin City Schools athletic code of conduct, which will result in their suspension from the remaining regular and postseason athletic contests, according to the district.
Additionally, the students will forfeit any regular and postseason awards they may have received.
“As a high school and school district, we expect our student athletes to be responsible, respectful, and model the highest standards of citizenship and behavior in our schools and community,” the district wrote in its statement.
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