MEMPHIS, Tenn. - On Thursday, May 10, another school was vandalized.
Melrose High School had "$%^ Ya'll" spray painted on one of the doors. Shelby County Security was on scene when FOX13 arrived just before 3 a.m.
FOX13's Shelby Sansone is LIVE from on the school on Good Morning Memphis, and is pushing Shelby County Schools with that they are doing to keep students safe.
The earlier messages:
School officials are cleaning up graffiti at White Station High School and Whitehaven High School after vandals left exploitative filled remarks across the walls and doors.
We are hearing that several SCS schools have been vandalized with threatening messages. Please know that all of our students are SAFE. Authorities are still investigating the reports, but there have been no incidents connected to the vandalism today in any of our schools.— Shelby Co. Schools (@SCSK12Unified) May 8, 2018
Clean-up crews told FOX13 Overton High and Woodale High have also been vandalized.
FOX13 received photos of the threats from a concerned community member.
One reads, "You are not safe $%^#." A FOX13 crew went to the school around noon on Tuesday, and crews were working to remove the spray paint.
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We reached out to MPD and the Shelby County School District for information, we have not heard back.
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