(Crystal A. Proxmire, May 27, 2017)
Pontiac, MI- Piles of construction materials meant for renovations on Pontiac Middle School were set ablaze at around 3:30am Saturday. The damage destroyed about 25 percent of the much-needed supplies.
Pontiac School Superintendent Kelley Williams gave a statement about the fire. “Someone set fire to the Roofing materials for PMS around 3:30 am. The Sheriff’s Department is investigating and think they may have caught the person. Cameras will be viewed on Tuesday. Unfortunately, 25 percent of the materials were loss and will need to be replaced. NO damage to the schools occurred,” Williams said.
This article will be updated as more information becomes available.