Home Of WHS Student Vandalized With Vulgar Graffiti

The home of a Wawasee High School student was vandalized with vulgar graffiti. The incident is under investigation by the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office. Photo by Marissa Sweatland.

News Release

SYRACUSE — The home of Wawasee High School student was vandalized in the late hours of Sunday, Sept. 17 with spray painted vulgar language.

In a Facebook post, her mother, Erica Cotner, posted unedited photos of the house and wrote:

“To the kids that still continue to bully my 15 year old daughter and call her names in which are not true…shame on you and your parents. As if she doesn’t have enough going on as a 15 year old girl. For her starting fresh at our home last year and entering high school in which she knows no one, to make friends with the wrong crowd. This year was different as she went to school as a sophomore with new goals and new friends. Clearly the old friends are still upset about something…Either way this is heart breaking. Not only for her but for us as parents. Not to mention once again she will be the ‘talk’ at school for the next few weeks. We live right next to the high school so everyone knows where she lives. A report was made, and cameras are being watched so I can only hope we figure out who it truly was. As for me and my family….. we are not ok. There is no manual for being a parent. We just do what we feel is right in the moment and hope our children pick up from right and wrong. Bullying is real and I never thought I would be the parent who had to deal with it.”

The incident is still under investigation by the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office.

The school corporation is aware of the situation and is cooperating with the investigation.

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