GLENWOOD CITY — An incident occurred with a student at the Glenwood City School District last week after the student, who is a minor, posted a threatening message to Facebook. This led to the school taking action and filing a complaint with the local police department.
Glenwood City Chief of Police, Robert Darwin investigated the complaint and found the message on Facebook as well and then he confronted the student at school last Friday, September 27.
Officer Darwin referred the incident to the St. Croix County District Attorney for a review of possible charges of disorderly conduct and unlawful use of a computerized communication system.
The same person was also involved in an incident that occurred on August 6, 2013. The police were called to 226 Blue Sky Drive in Glenwood City after tires on a vehicle at the residence were slashed.
Upon further investigation, it was learned that on September 9, 2013 police received information on two suspects who were involved, both of which are 17 years of age.
Both suspects were interviewed and admitted to the crime. The victim chose to not press criminal charges, but requested new tires be paid for.