Pranksters in Plymouth Strike Again

Sam McMann and Nate Millen

On April 23,  pranksters thought it was a good idea to put bubble soap in the fountain in Kellogg Park and a prank like that costs the city a lot of money to clean up. Here is what West students had to say.

West 7th grader Alex has this to say about the situation, “I don’t think they should have done it, but I think they should not get too harsh of a punishment.” The pranksters could be charged with a misdemeanor. 

“They did something really bad and I think they should be punished.” 7th grader Cam said about what happened in DTP. This little prank costs $1000 every time. 

“I found it kind of funny,” 7th grader Hassan said about the prank at the Kellogg Park Fountain “But it is still a crime. I think they should still get a warning or a fine.”

Finally, 7th grader Liam told us what his opinion was. “It is not that big of a deal, but it still causes trouble and they should be punished.”

Overall, we think that this is a bad situation and the person in charge should be punished. If they are punished it should hopefully discourage any other bad behavior.