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At the end of this season from the cook county criminal court judge has been placed on desk duty for locking her young niece in a jail cell when is the say it all started last week with judge Jackie Portland brown scolding the child and telling her she needs to understand what happens to people who misbehave when deputies refused her order to take the girl to his cell she dropped the child there herself and the deputy lock the door the deputies also on desk duty the child was let out just a few minutes later racist graffiti was found bathrooms at Wheaton north high school but so far it is not clear who did it vandalism spotted a couple weeks ago since been scrubbed away the photos only recently have been shared widely on social media the district released a statement saying this type of behavior does not represent the school culture we strive for with north on a daily basis our staff the district two hundred works very hard to ensure that we are creating and sustaining an inclusive culture where all children feel safe and supported also we north seven female students are facing felony charges after a brawl in a school hallway Tuesday morning Lisa the brawl was premeditated one of the girls had a pocket knife and two others had a sock filled with batteries in the other one with a can of beans all seven girls appeared at a detention hearing yesterday they were released to the custody of their parents and fitted with GPS monitoring devices.