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Glenbard North student charged after drawing threat during test: prosecutors – NBC Chicago

Prosecutors say a 15-year-old student at Glenbard North High School in suburban Carol Stream has been charged with one count of disorderly conduct for allegedly drawing threats during a test.

On May 20, a teacher received a test back from a student that had threatening images drawn on it, according to a press release from the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office. The drawings included a stick figure with what appeared to be a handgun pointed to his head reading “I love summer school” and a stick figure with a gun outside a building labeled “summer school” with an arrow saying “happy 🙁 not dead,” prosecutors said.

The teacher contacted the school administration who, in turn, notified Carol Stream’s police department. The student in question, who is not identified because he is a minor, appeared in a detention hearing on Friday and was returned to the custody of his parents, authorities said.

His next court appearance is scheduled for June 3.

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