A custodian called deputies when he found two people breaking into the high school Wednesday night, said the Santa Cruz Sheriff's Office.
The door to the computer lab had been forced open and computer equipment was unplugged. The Custodian told deputies that he saw two people run towards the back of the campus.
Deputies were able to arrest the two suspects in the parking lot of the Lighthouse Church in downtown Soquel. Deputies searched the car that they say the suspects had been found near. Deputies found burglary tools inside of the car.
According to deputies one of the suspects, Forrest Brownton, 29-years-old, attempted to get rid of Methadone and Klonapin that he had in his pants by eating them.