STRONGHURST, Ill. — An eighth–grader at West Central Junior High has been removed from school and may face a charge of disorderly conduct after school officials learned last week about a list that named students and school staff the boy considered irritating...
There was no indication any other students at the school were involved in creation of the list, which Grimm said contained the names of people the boy found "annoying."
Henderson County Sheriff Mark Lumbeck was to meet with school officials Tuesday as part of his office's investigation of the incident.
He said findings from the investigation would go to the state juvenile probation office and to the Henderson County state's attorney's office. An investigative report should be in the hands of State's Attorney Ray Cavanaugh by week's end, Lumbeck said.
Because no action was taken beyond compiling a list of names, Lumbeck said the only crime the boy could be charged with is disorderly conduct for disrupting the school environment.
Kelly Jensen better not move to Stronghurst.