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High school prank goes too far, requires police response

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BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

On April 6 around 11 p.m., a BRPD officer was dispatched to 2100 Perkins Palms Ave. in reference to a large group of males and females having an egg fight in the parking lot of the park.

The officer contacted the called, who said she did not want to press charges, but wanted to make a report because her vehicle was hit by one of the eggs. When the officer arrived, he says he saw a large group of high school students dressed in garbage bags throwing eggs and bags of flour at each other at the BREC skate park. When the group saw the marked police car, they began to flee on foot into nearby woods while some fled in their vehicles.

The officer says the park was covered in eggs, flour, and other litter. The officer says he contacted Brother Xavier with Brothers of Sacred Heart to advise him of the situation. Xavier stated he would advise the Catholic High principal in the morning.

The following post was made by Catholic High School following the incident:

Principal of Catholic High, Lisa Harvey, issued the following statement in response to the incident:

This is an internal school matter and we are moving forward with our students and the lessons that we can all learn from this.

No arrests were made in this incident.

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