'Graffiti' Makes A Sweet Mess at Commack High School

Chocolate syrup smeared across Commack High School's front doors was mistaken for graffiti on Monday morning, according to police.

Suffolk County police were called to Commack High School on Monday over what appears to be a senior prank gone awry. 

Suffolk police were called by school officials reporting graffiti on the front doors of at approximately 11 a.m. Monday morning. 

Police who reported to the scene found out the alleged graffiti was actually chocolate syrup that had been smeared across the front doors. No damage was done to the doors or the building, according to police reports. 

The chocolate syrup was cleaned up by Commack High School. Police suspect the incident was a prank as Monday was the last full day of classes for Commack High School students before end of the years exams and summer break. 

CommackMom June 14, 2012 at 01:48 AM
SMH Slow news day...
Larry H. June 14, 2012 at 11:13 AM
From what I was told by my son, there were other prank incidents that were met with unfavorable consequences. Both email and phone messages were sent out the night before detailing that the punishment will fit the crime if any pranks were played out. The seniors refused to take the warning, and now those that participated are now not allowed to attend their own senior prom.
Re June 14, 2012 at 02:53 PM
All those cameras were installed to monitor the schools paid for by the bond passed a few years ago I noticed no students form Commack high school won a national merit scholarship in the list compiled by Newsday..National merit is a basic standard test set for all schools This high school always had a group of national merit winners. Could it be the IB program is not working well ? Guess the chocolate syrup symbolized student frustration with the administration.
John Gruber June 15, 2012 at 02:00 AM
was calling the police really necessary? I mean if your own cameras didn't catch them...just some kids playing stupid pranks we did the same when I was in high school
Paul L. June 17, 2012 at 11:25 AM
In other breaking news, a police swat team was called when a passerby found an empty soda bottle of the side of the road. Police can only speculate whether the soda was consumed at the scene or was consumed elsewhere and the bottle thrown out of a passing vehicle. Police are awaiting results from the lab before commenting further but think the incident may be related to the chocolate attack at the high school. "We think the incident may be related to the chocolate attack at the high school" said Detective Randolph Putz. Stay tuned for breaking news as it happens.


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