Two Fort Mill teens were arrested last week after officers found them on the roof of Sugar Creek Elementary School, according to a police report.
Xavier Joseph Diaz, 18, and Korey Jamal Dillard, 18, were both charged with trespassing by the Fort Mill Police Department.
It happened just after dark last Tuesday when someone called police about subjects trespassing at the school, which sits on Farm House Drive behind Nation Ford High School. While officers rushed to the school at 9:15 p.m., dispatchers notified them that the suspects had “climbed onto the roof attempting to make entry into the school,” a police report says.
Officers arrived and secured all four corners of the school. As they approached the building, the teens “jumped from the school roof and entered the playground area, where both suspects were detained,” the report says.
Diaz and Dillard were driven to police headquarters and booked and processed. Officers took photographs of where the suspects entered the roof as well as trespassing signs posted on the school property.
In his mugshot, Dillard is shown wearing a Nation Ford Basketball shirt. An online search shows both of them played football for the Falcons and were scheduled to graduate this year.
Addresses show that Dillard lives within walking distance of the school while Diaz lives in the Doby’s Bridge area.