Senior prank at Woodbridge school leads to suspensions

WOODBRIDGE - Three Woodbridge High School students have been suspended and face charges after school officials say they released chickens in the building.

Bryan Peter, Tyler Bruno and Anthony Cesareo were suspended for five days. The students also lost "senior privileges," which include attending the senior prom and walking during the school's graduation ceremonies.

"We just feel the repercussions of what we did are far too serious, we feel it should be left alone and dropped," Peter said yesterday.

The teens were also charged with a disorderly persons offense and trespassing, according to authorities.

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