CHICAGO (CBS) — Students will face mandatory testing for drugs and also alcohol this school year, at one northwest suburban high school.
Concerns about underage drinking prompted St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights to add alcohol to its random drug test policy.
The test will use hair samples to determine whether a student has used alcohol in the past 90 days.
St. Viator administrators say random drug testing of students has been ongoing since 2007, and less than 1 percent have come back positive.
The Fourth Amendment (Amendment IV) is an amendment to the United States Constitution and part of the Bill of Rights. It prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and requires any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause.
St. Viator High School students, you should all refuse this, it is a violation of your rights and unconstitutional.
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Shortly after leaving jail, teen bound, beat and stabbed father, police say
Nellessen had been in and out of Fecarotta’s courtroom since 2009, when he appeared on a residential burglary charge. He could have been sentenced to 4 to 15 years for the class 1 felony, but Fecarotta chose Cook County boot camp, a program for nonviolent offenders.
But according to court documents, Nellessen was ineligible because he was taking Ativan and Zoloft. He was being treated for social anxiety disorder and was prescribed those medicines, records show. Back in Fecarotta’s courtroom, Fecarotta sentenced him to two years’ drug probation.
via Before Arlington Heights murder, judge gave suspect one last chance – Chicago Tribune.
Could these anxiety drugs have anything to do with it?
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Officer Mark Del Boccio is being sued for letting three underage males carry away an unconscious female, who was later raped
By Britni Day
A suburban police officer’s negligence led to the rape of intoxicated girl, according to a lawsuit.
The suit filed Tuesday against the village of Arlington Heights and an Arlington Heights Police officer alleges the officer allowed three underage, intoxicated boys to carry off a heavily intoxicated girl without questions. The girl was later raped.
On May 6, 2009, Officer Mark Del Boccio, 37, was called to deal with the four underage drinkers but did not ask for their IDs, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Del Boccio spoke with 20-year-old Christoph Balodimas and two other boys as they held up the unconscious girl — identified as “Jane Doe” — because she was too intoxicated to stand.
Balodimas was on probation for armed robbery at the time.
via Arlington Heights Cop Sued Over Girl’s Rape | NBC Chicago.
An Arlington Heights police officer responding to an underage drinking complaint let a 20-year-old felon and two drunk teenage boys go without question – despite the fact that they were toting around a possibly unconscious underage girl. Minutes later the three males were caught raping the girl in a laundry room by officers from neighboring Mount Prospect police.
And it gets worse.
The allegedly negligent police officer is a former Chicago cop who ran over two kids with his squad car in 2004 — killing one and permanently injuring another — after throwing on his siren and driving the wrong way in traffic to escape a traffic jam. The officer then lied to his bosses, saying he had been in hot pursuit of a gunman at the time.
These are the claims of a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court.
The girl who says she was raped – referred to throughout the lawsuit only as “Jane Doe” – is suing the Village of Arlington Heights and police officer Mark Del Boccio for negligence, infliction of emotional distress and other charges stemming from the May 2009 incident at the Mansions of Mountshire Apartment Complex, which sits on the border of Arlington Heights and Mount Prospect.
via Lawsuit: Arlington Heights cop’s negligence led to rape of intoxicated girl – Chicago Sun-Times.