Glenbard North student charged with disorderly conduct over drawings seen as threats

Daily Herald report
Updated 5/27/2022 3:24 PM

A 15-year-old Glenbard North High School student has been charged with felony disorderly conduct for allegedly drawing threatening images on a school test.

The boy appeared in court Friday morning. A judge ordered him released to the custody of his parents and placed on home detention.


Authorities say that on May 20, a teacher received a test back from the boy with images including a stick figure with a handgun to his head stating, "I love summer school." There also was a stick figure with a rifle outside a building labeled "summer skol," with an arrow saying "happy : (not dead." School officials reported it to Carol Stream police.

The boy's next court date is June 3.

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