Tom Hernandez

Director of Communications

  (630) 513-2593
Date:

May 30, 2006

Education Partners, hello,

Please see the “Student-Stranger Encounter Report” pasted below.

I received this information late this afternoon, too late to send home with kids today, so it will be going out with K-8 students tomorrow. However, I thought you’d want to know ASAP.

Tom Hernandez
Director of Communications
 

District 303 STUDENT/STRANGER ENCOUNTER

THIS INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED BY THE ST. CHARLES POLICE DEPARTMENT. PLEASE DIRECT ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS TO THE POLICE AT 377-4435

May 30, 2006

On May 26, 2006 at 3:42 p.m., a white male and white female tried talking to four juveniles who were in the 300 block of South 12th Street near Richmond Elementary School. The male subject told the juveniles to get into the car that he and the female were in after a female juvenile told the subjects that she would not talk with strangers. The subjects had recently dropped off two other males in their 20s by the school and then waited in the north parking lot. The male and female subjects left the scene headed west on Indiana Street just prior to the police arriving.

Suspects’ description:

  • White male and white female
  •  20s
  • Male hair – blonde; female hair – unknown color

Vehicle’s description:

  • Four-door brown or black car

THIS INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED BY THE ST. CHARLES POLICE DEPARTMENT. PLEASE DIRECT ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS TO THE POLICE AT 377-4435.