A Chicago school security police officer left a firearm in the women's toilet: An investigation is underway
At the moment, the police are conducting an internal investigation into one of their off-duty officers, who forgot the service weapon in the women's restroom.
According to the official version, three students found a loaded pistol and reported the incident to the school management. School officials, in turn, reported to the police.
“The incident happened on March 6 at about 2:30 p.m. at Catherine Cook School when three young girls told their teachers that they found a gun when they were inside a girl’s restroom,” according to ABC News’ Chicago station WLS-TV.
Starting an investigation, the Chicago police discovered that this weapon belongs to one of its employees, who is assigned to this school to ensure safety. According to spokesman for the Chicago police, Anthony Spicuzza, “An internal investigation has been opened.”
According to the authorities involved in the investigation, they did not intend to file criminal charges against this officer.
“There will be some type of discipline,” Spicuzza said, according to The Daily Mail.
The names of the students and the officer whose weapons were found were not disclosed. The school declined to comment.
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