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Police say hidden cell phone spells trouble for student

Kyle Rhoden 19 Montgomery refused let counselors The Camelot School 1200 block Bond Street Naperville check his possessions when metal

Kyle Rhoden, 19, of Montgomery, refused to let counselors at The Camelot School in the 1200 block of Bond Street in Naperville check his possessions when a metal detector alerted them there was something in one of his socks, according to a police report. Camelot is an alternative high school.

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Updated: February 13, 2013 10:34AM



A young Montgomery man was charged with aggravated assault after he fought off school officials’ attempt to search him Monday morning, Naperville police said.

Kyle Rhoden, 19, refused to let counselors at The Camelot School in the 1200 block of Bond Street in Naperville check his possessions when a metal detector alerted them there was something in one of his socks, according to a police report. Camelot is an alternative high school.

“Rhoden then threw a punch at counselor,” Sgt. Steve Schindlbeck said in a news release. “The punched missed, however Rhoden was detained and (Naperville Police Department was) called.”

The object identified by the device turned out to be a cell phone, Schindlbeck said Tuesday.

“They’re not allowed to have cell phones at school,” he said.



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