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Man in Spiderman underwear arrested for school vandalism

Thomas Williams, arrested July 7 Thomas Williams, arrested July 7
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

A man broke into Arch Bishop Moeller High School and deployed several fire extinguishers around 1:30 a.m. on Sunday, wearing nothing but Spiderman underwear.

According to court records, Thomas Williams, 23, entered the high school by breaking several windows with rocks and then climbing through one of the windows. Once inside, Williams deployed fire extinguishers, causing additional damage to the school.

The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department arrested Williams shortly after he broke into the school.

According to a police report, Williams claims that he was looking for the school football coach.

He was arrested on counts of Vandalism and Breaking and Entering.

His bond was set at $20,000. The case will go to a grand jury on July 17.

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