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Incident No. 1480

Miscellaneous Complaint

Deal Junior High School

3815 Fort Drive NW

March 21, 2005, 10:28 a.m.

A female student reported to the Assistant Principal that [she was] in science classroom #224, working on a chemical lab seminar. A science teacher stated that you can mix iodine and hot orange juice with another substance and kill your mother or your parent.

Security was informed by the Assistant Principal. Other students overheard the teacher’s statement about the mix substance. Two of them said they took it as a joke. Three said they didn’t take it as a joke. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD)

classified the incident as a miscellaneous complaint.

Incident No. 1530

Improper Conduct

Kramer Middle School

1700 Q St. SE

April 4, 2005, 10:39 a.m.

A male teacher was in the classroom when he said to a female student, “I’ve seen the notes that you’ve been passing around on me.” “I know you have a crush on me.” “You think that I am handsome.” The teacher denied the allegation and notified the counselor. The note was not recovered. The school-assigned MPD officer was notified. The MPD officer did not complete a report. Administrative action is pending.

Incident No. 1937


Banneker Senior High School

800 Euclid St. NW

May 10, 2005, 10:18 a.m.

The father of a student was at his residence when he discovered a 7-page threatening letter on the computer that his son had typed. The letter pertained to snipers on the roof at Banneker High School and stated that the unpopular students will be killed. The letter also contained other threatening contents. The father faxed the letter to the assistant principal. The school-assigned MPD officer completed a report. The student received a 10-day suspension. An investigation is requested.

Minor edits have been made for clarity.

—Mike Kanin