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Threatening messages found on bathroom walls at OHS

Additional cop cars were placed outside of Oswego High School after the writing was found. The first additional car is parked outside the front entrance of the stadium side parking lot. (Mack Hulke)


Threatening writing containing the first names of four individuals was found in two boys restrooms at Oswego High School on Tuesday, Sept. 25. The Oswego Police Department, with the help of the school, is investigating the situation.

Along with the four names written on one of the walls, both of the messages included a date of Oct. 9. The writing has since been removed from the walls.

On Sept. 26, Oswego High School Principal Mike Wayne wrote parents an email stating that the school is  “taking this very seriously and working closely with police as they attempt to identify the individual(s) responsible.”

As a result of the incident, Principal Wayne announced that there will be increased security throughout the school during the investigation.

If any students know any information that could assist the investigation, the administration has asked that they report it to the Deans, Officer Mumm or another trusted adult. Students and parents can also anonymously contact the police at 630-551-7300, as well as the District 308 emergency hotline at 630-636-4679. They can also contact Kendall Crime Stoppers (630-553-5999), who is offering a $1,000 award for information that leads to the arrest of the responsible individual(s).

This story will be updated as additional information becomes available.

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