Vandalism Discovered At M-R High School


On 10-28-2019, the Monmouth Police Department received a report of vandalism in one of the Monmouth- Roseville High School’s restrooms. Upon investigation, it was determined that the vandalism contained words that may be perceived as a threat against one of the staff and potentially the school. Monmouth Police are aggressively investigating the potential, perceived risk. At this time, school administration and law enforcement believe the threat of violence is not credible and has not been substantiated.

If anyone has information about this incident, please contact the Monmouth Police Department at 734- 8383 or Warren County Crime Stoppers at 734-9363. Crime Stoppers information is anonymous, and a reward could be issued if the information leads to an arrest.

No further information is available at this time.

Any questions may be directed to Chief Joe Switzer at the Monmouth Police Department, 734-8383.

***Report Courtesy of the Monmouth Police Department***

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