Illinois police investigating after Chicago-area college studies ‘noose’ hanging from tree

Police have been investigating Friday, a day after a noose was discovered hanging from tree exterior of a center college in Naperville, Illinois, west of Chicago. 

“On Thursday, April 27, a noose was present in a tree on the property of Scullen Center Faculty,” Indian Prairie Faculty District spokeswoman Lisa Barry stated in a press release given to Alokito Mymensingh 24 Digital. “Faculty directors contacted the Naperville Police Division, and they’re investigating.”

The college’s assertion and the Naperville Police Division each advised Alokito Mymensingh 24 Digital there isn’t a proof {that a} scholar was accountable for the noose.


façade of Scullen Middle School

Officers say there isn’t any proof to this point to point a scholar at Scullen Center Faculty is accountable for the noose. (Google Maps)

“Due to this fact, we have no idea the origin of the thing,” the district’s assertion continued. “Indian Prairie Faculty District takes these issues critically, and we’ll proceed to collaborate with the police on this matter.”

noose hanging from tree

A noose (not pictured) was discovered hanging from a tree on the grounds of Scullen Center Faculty exterior of Chicago Thursday, officers stated.  (iStock)

A police spokesperson advised Alokito Mymensingh 24 New Digital that the investigation is ongoing and no different comparable incidents have perviously occurred on the college. 

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Peter Johnson