Teen Kills Himself After School Cop Lies to Him About Having to Register as Sex Offender

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The weekend before Corey Walgren dove off of a five-story parking garage, he confessed to his parents he’d had sex for the first time. Unfortunately for Corey, a 16-year-old Junior at Naperville North High School, he was never allowed to explore the joys of sex again before school and police officials decided they had to intervene in his personal life.

A female classmate became aware of a consensual sexual encounter between another classmate, who was also 16, and Corey. Saying he’d played a recording of the sexual encounter for a group of his friends, the girl went to school officials to report the incident.

A school administrator called Corey into an office where the school resource officer, a cop named Brett Heun, proceeded to interrogate Corey. Heun told Corey that being in possession of videos of a sexual nature involving minors is considered, under the law, child pornography, and that he might have to register as a sex offender. According to the Chicago Tribune;

There, with a police officer and campus dean, Corey was questioned about possessing and possibly sharing “child pornography,” allegedly threatened that he’d be put on the state’s sex offender registry, then was left alone to wait for his mother.

The threat of having to register as a sex offender must have terrified Corey, who would then be possibly labeled a pedophile by his peers. Even though the video recording was too dark to see any sex act take place, the cell phone did contain a file with audio of the sexual encounter.

Police did not intend to pursue charges, records show, and they indicated they wanted to handle the matter in a way that ensured Corey understood the seriousness of his actions and how it affected his classmate.

The officer then called Mrs. Walgren to come to the school to discuss the action the officer was going to take against Corey.

Instead of waiting patiently for his mother to come, and possibly being humiliated his sex acts that had come to light, the young man left the school afoot. He owned a vehicle, and it was parked at the school, but the distraught young man walked to town.

After Mrs. Walgren arrived at school, she was surprised to find her son was nowhere to be found. Police asked her if Corey was suicidal — she said he wasn’t — but he was.

Walking into downtown Naperville, Corey climbed the stairs of a five-story parking garage, and sat on the garage’s ledge, within eyesight of an officer whose attention was grabbed by the boy’s decision to sit there. But by the time the officer decided to park his patrol car in a nearby parking space, in an effort to keep an eye on the boy (whom he didn’t know had just walked out of his high school) Corey had already thrown himself to the ground.

The boy was cared for by a doctor who was passing by, but even with the emergency medical attention he was given, he later died at the hospital. The honor student, hockey player, and bass fisherman took his own life.

Walgren’s death is an indictment on a society so obsessed with security that it places armed officers of the law inside schools to supposedly serve and protect the student populations. Many times, those officers are directly responsible for arresting teens, giving many thousands of them criminal records for doing what kids have done for hundreds of years; questioning authorities, fighting in school, and creating disturbances.

In the past, bold teachers and administrators would handle those situations in house, without the need of any law enforcement officials. That was then, this is now.

Now those same officers who are sworn to protect and serve, often trample the rights of the students to enjoy civil liberties afforded to them by the Constitution. Who teenagers choose to have sex with is the business between those teens, and should be of no concern to the state, the school’s, and especially the police.

The Walgren family is now suing the school district, as well as the police, for 5 million dollars, a million for each floor of the parking garage Corey passed on the way to his death. But the school, in a statement, says they’ve done nothing wrong. They wrote;

At the outset of this incident, we worked to ensure a thorough and fair review of the facts, and involved the appropriate school and law enforcement officials,” the statement said. “Our main concern with any matter involving students is fairness, discretion and objectivity. The school district feels confident that we handled this issue appropriately and engaged the right officials pursuant to the protocols and procedures that govern student affairs.”

It’s understandable the police wanted to question the teen about the sexual encounter on his phone. With so many pedophile teachers and adults in the community, maybe they wanted to know he wasn’t being abused by an adult. But, as Mrs. Walgren said, “I think they wanted to scare him straight…Instead, they scared him to death.”

As TFTP has long contended, police have no business taking up residence in public schools. When police are involved in the daily lives of teenagers, bad things happen.

Unfortunately, Corey’s story, as well as the hundreds of students in Colorado all suffered from a 21st Century dilemma; a clash of law, technology, youthful lusts, and life-changing regret.

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  • Frank Energy

    Typical

  • Brett Heun should be made the poster boy for the school’s antibullying program.

  • Paladin

    Comment from a cop shouldn’t be enough to drive a normal sane person to take their life. I blame the parents in this case, there were many warning signs I”m sure prior to this incident for the boy to suddenly take his own life. This is just another example of how society coddles these kids to the point that they can’t hear anything negative because they are such gental snowflakes that never heard the world “no” or suffered a real consequence for their actions. Lets not forget that this kid recorded himself with his girlfriend having sexual relations and then sent it to all his friends where it got sent around the rest of the school, he didn’t think of the feelings of this young girl and how it would effect her life. This narsissist was only interested in his own self and like all narsist they get depressed really fast when they feel like they are going to lose their privilege of doing what they want to do.

    • jimmy joe

      Yep, and the police state, in which, you are wholeheartedly behind, continues!! Teenagers as well as adults, really need these bastards in our every day lives, you know, to make us safe!! Seems to me there was a story line that went like that,,,1984, thats it. For our safety, thats why we all need criminal records for acting human, FOR OUR SAFETY!!!

    • Razedbywolvs

      A friend of mine watched a 16 year old snowflake hang him self in jail because his girlfriend parents didn’t like him and pressed charges against him for statuary rape. California has no romeo and Juliet law.
      You don’t think a comment about being raped in prison for the next 15 years and being put on the sex offender list for child pornography is enough to make a kid suicide? I think you would jump over that.
      There were many warning signs.. How many, what were there?
      The school and the police talked to the kid without a lawyer or a legal garden present. They didn’t even call the parents in tell after.
      The school is legality responsible for the kids safety wile the child is in there
      custody. But they didn’t do a very good job now did they. They lost him, and he’s dead. There 100% responsible.

    • Joe

      You are a sad excuse for a human. I would like to see your reaction to an IRS agent telling you “we are going to take all you have and ever will have and put you in prison for a long long time.” Better yet a woman telling you I am going to file rape charges against you and that you own illegal guns and sell drugs. One wonders if you have had children. You post like you are still one and have no familiarity with young minds, except your own of course.

  • frankw

    Being old and typically ornery, I will ask again. When did schools and their staffs acquire the legal right to interfere in students lives outside of school? Teenagers do and have always done stupid things. It’s part of the life learning process. Jack boots with or without uniforms don’t belong in the mix.

    • Phil_Ossifer

      The acquired the “right” simply by assuming they had the authority to do so and nobody seriously challenged it. The military uses the term “mission creep” to describe such things.

  • Clementine

    The perils of the selfie generation…recorded bragging rights have consequences…?

    • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

      Yes. Such as, to name just one: Anyone brain-dead and narcissistic enough to buy a “selfie stick” extension needs to be BEAT AROUND THE HEAD AND BODY WITH IT. ‘Til DEAD.
      Ennybuddy else got one? This could get funnnn…..

  • slk5

    i’d like to know the whole story!!!

  • Clementine

    So… no accountability for the boy who recorded this and showed it to his friends…? Just wondering, since his actions were what set this entire thing in motion…

    • Phil_Ossifer

      Taking selfie video of the “encounter” with a 16-year old and playing it for his friends fits the definition of producing and distributing “child pornography” which, admittedly, is overbroad and vague but nevertheless is the law. The boy is not blameless in this affair and the cop was technically correct about the probable consequences. This whole affair was simply tragic.

      • Clementine

        You are correct… that is why I was wondering why “Darkwing” blamed everyone EXCEPT the person who is responsible for the entire fiasco… 😉

  • Roy Hobs

    I understand your use of the word ‘gestapo’. But I would seriously encourage you to study ww2 and Hitler’s Germany from the “other perspective”.

    Watch — “The Greatest Story Never Told” by Dennis Wise.

    Richard Tedor’s book — “Hitler’s Revolution” is a great read. So are David Irving’s book on that genre.

    We must correct the “winner’s” version of ww2 if we are ever going to find sanity in this present day. Seriously. Look into it if you are an honest broker of truth. Peace.

  • TheTruthRises

    I thought schools had an anti bully stance? Yet they install the biggest bullies there are… cops.