An Oswego High School student is charged with disorderly conduct after police say they found him with a list of targets. High school officials first notified police about the list and perceived threat of violence Tuesday morning.
The Oswego Police Department first made sure that everyone at the school was safe. The list of names was found and the sixteen-year-old boy who apparently made the list was arrested.
The sixteen-year-old was taken to the Kane County Juvenile Justice Center in St. Charles to await a hearing.
Police say that they take school threats very seriously.