Teens charged with sex abuse on Barrington school bus
Barrington police have charged two boys, 13 and 14, as juveniles in connection with allegations of criminal sexual abuse that occurred Oct. 5 on a school bus on Ela Road north of Lake-Cook Road.
The two boys are middle-school students in Barrington Unit District 220, district spokesman Jeff Arnett said Monday.
Both were suspended from school for a defined period of time, Arnett said, but further disciplinary action is possible depending on the outcome of the juvenile court case.
Barrington Police Chief Jerry Libit said no further information was available Monday, but more was likely to be made available Tuesday.
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