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Friday, February 19, 2010

Roeland Park investigating cyberbullying at school

From Meredith: Roeland Park police are investigating alleged cyberbullying by peers against a seventh-grade student at St. Agnes School.

Deputy Police Chief John Morris said the case allegedly involved a social networking site. Results of the investigation will be forwarded to the Johnson County district attorney’s office, which will decide whether a crime was committed.

Even if the students do not face criminal charges, the school is taking the matter seriously and will address it with the students allegedly involved, said Kathleen O’Hara, superintendent of schools for the Catholic Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas.


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