Deputies with the Kern County Sheriff's Office arrested 4 suspects after officials found 4 Rosamond High School classrooms were broken into and vandalized last weekend.
This past Monday, KCSO deputies responded to a vandalism call at Rosamond High School.
Over the weekend, unknown subjects broke into and vandalized four classrooms at the campus.
Authorities say that 15 computers, over 50 text books and two vehicle windshields were destroyed.
It is estimated the damage will cost $75,000 to replace or repair.
KCSO officials said one of the suspects possibly suffered a large cut resulting in a large amount of blood left at the scene.
On Tuesday, KCSO said their deputies from the Rosamond Substation received information from staff at Rosamond HS.
Following the investigation, four suspects were arrested.
Deputies arrested 18-year-old Juan Tafolla and 3 male juveniles (17) on numerous charges.
Tafolla was booked into the Mojave Jail. The 3 juveniles were booked into Juvenile Hall.
Any information regarding this case please contact Senior Deputy Riggs at the Kern County Sheriff's Office, Rosamond Substation.