Suspects arrested for vandalizing high school

June 2, 2008 6:34:41 PM PDT
Cumberland County Sheriff's Property Crimes Detectives have charged three high school seniors and one adult with vandalism.

28-year-old Heather Woodcock, her brother 18-year-old Michael Woodcock, II, 17-year-old Christopher Godfrey and 17-year-old Amanda Stancil were arrested Monday.

Investigators say the suspects allegedly damaged at least 60 pad locks and outer perimeter door locks on the campus of Terry Sanford High School during the early morning hours of May 29. School officials say the suspects stuffed Gorilla Glue in the locks, jamming the doors shut and making it impossible to insert keys to open the school to students.

Heather Woodcock is charged with misdemeanor conspiracy and misdemeanor aiding and abetting. She was released from the Cumberland County Detention Center under a $1,000 unsecured bond.

Michael Woodcock is charged with first degree trespassing, injury to real property and misdemeanor conspiracy. He was placed under a $1,000 secured bond which was modified and he was released to the custody of his parents.

Godfrey is charged with first degree trespassing, injury to real property and misdemeanor conspiracy. He was also placed under $1,000 secured bond which was modified and he was released to the custody of his parents.

Stancil was placed under a $500 secured bond which was modified and she was released to the custody of her parents.

The suspects are to make a first court appearance in Cumberland County District Court, Wednesday at 9:00 a.m..


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