“As a parent, I am disappointed in my children’s decisions to climb on the high school roof and post videos on social media. As a parent, I’m glad there was no ill intent, vandalism, inciting panic, slander, libel, or bullying. My children will have consequences for their actions. I expect those consequences given by the school to be proportionate to their poor choices,” Lisa Babb said in a statement.
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There was no damage to school facilities, Principal Kyle Martin reportedly told police.
The Babb brothers, and the juvenile friend, were charged after school officials were consulted on whether to handle it internally or bring charges. The friend’s case has also been referred for diversion in juvenile court.
Lisa Babb, when contacted by police, said she was aware of the situation, according to a police report, and provided officers a phone number for Jacob. The younger son was on a church mission trip when the incident was discovered.