MILLSAP – Millsap High School employees reported approximately $2,700 in damages were caused by at least one vehicle driven across the high school football and practice fields while doing “donuts.”
The complainants reported Sunday afternoon that two 6-foot gates and two fence posts were also damaged by the suspect or suspects, as it appeared a vehicle was used to forcefully enter the gates.
According to the Parker County Sheriff's Office, initial estimates indicate costs will be close to:
• $400 to replace the two gates.
• $600 to repair the practice field.
• $1,200 to repair the football field.
• $500 in labor.
School district employees are checking to see if the sprinkler system also was damaged by the suspect or suspects.