ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Members of the Manzano High School Girls Drill Team are under investigation after Albuquerque Police say they traced prank calls and some damage to a parking lot back to the team.
Officers also found a 'to do list' of sorts for members of the drill team to check off.
On it, activities such as damaging property, throwing an egg at a prostitute and robbing a drive-thru restaurant.
Police believe it was some type of hazing incident.
The list came to light after two catholic schools, St. Pius and Queen of Heaven heard some 'very disturbing' voicemails Monday morning.
It is not known what exactly was on the voicemails but they were worrisome enough for school staff to call police.
APD officers working as school resource officers traced the calls back to Manzano High School and eventually the girls drill team.
At this point officers believe all members of the team participated in the activities, because of that they could face misdemeanor charges.
An APS spokesperson said the school is investigating but he did not know if the students involved has received any sort of punishment.
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