LOS BANOS, Calif. (KFSN) --Police in the North Valley have identified three teenagers suspected of tagging Donald Trump's name all over a high school.
Investigators said the vandalism caused more than $1,000 in damage to Los Banos High School.
Police have submitted charges to the District Attorney of trespassing, conspiracy to commit a crime, and vandalism. If the DA finds there's enough evidence to file those charges the 18-year-old girl-- and another boy and girl who are both 17-- can be arrested.
Police said the suspects scribbled the Republican presumptive presidential nominee's name in chalk on buildings, lockers, and trash cans.
Trump's slogan, "make America great again," was also painted in big letters on the front of the gym.