Racist Slurs Scrawled on Santee School

A minor was taken into custody for alleged vandalism at West Hills High School

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    West Hills High School in Santee.

    A vandal has been arrested for writing derogatory words and slogans, including racist slurs, on windows and doors at West Hills High School in Santee, according to district officials.

    The alleged crime happened at around 4 a.m. Thursday at the school on Mast Blvd., according to Catherine Martin from the Grossmont Union High School District. It was cleaned up by 9 a.m.

    There were no specific threats to students and classes were not interrupted, Martin said.

    A minor was taken into custody, according to school officials. The suspect was not a student at West Hills High, Martin said.