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News - June 8, 2007

Paly 'senior prank' has felony consequences

Classmates rally to defense of senior, who parked his car upside down on Quad

by Don Kazak

The Palo Alto High School student who left an overturned, partially stripped 1994 Volvo station wagon in the school's Quad area as a senior prank may face undisclosed discipline from the school, in addition to facing criminal charges.

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Senior Staff Writer Don Kazak can be e-mailed at [email protected]

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