Police say they're seeking malicious destruction of property charges against three Michigan high school students after a Jewish classmate found a swastika carved into her locker.
East Lansing police Lt. Scott Wriggelsworth tells the Lansing State Journal that police, school administrators and the girl's family agreed the best way to handle the incident was for her three classmates to be charged with the misdemeanor.
The Ingham County prosecutor's office is expected to make a determination about what charges might be brought and plans to review the case.
Wriggelsworth says an investigation began after the swastika was reportedly carved in late April. Another student's locker at East Lansing High School also was damaged.
Superintendent Dave Chapin says "appropriate disciplinary actions" have been taken against the three students.