A deputy principal at a high school in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia allegedly plied three female students with alcohol, then encouraged them to vandalise the home of their headmaster.
Andrew Peter Minisini, 59, was suspended from duties at Orara High School this week after police charged him over an alleged incident last month. Police allege that on November 29, Minisini took female students, aged 16 and 17, to a motel room and gave them alcohol until they were drunk.
It is alleged he had struck up a friendship with one of the students and suggested she bring two friends along to a gathering. Police allege that once the girls were intoxicated, Minisini drove them to the home of the headmaster, where he encouraged them to graffiti obscene works and illustrations on the brickwork and fence.
The headmaster was not home at the time but reported it later. Detectives searched Minisini's home and office, arresting him on Thursday night. He was questioned and charged with two counts of recruiting a child to engage in criminal activity, one count of malicious damage and one count of supplying a minor with alcohol. He will face Coffs Harbour Local Court on January 20.