Corey Walgren was a 16-year-old high school student described by his family and friends as a happy person with no issues, but on January 11, he jumped to his death off of a parking garage.
Earlier that day, he’d been eating lunch with his friends at Naperville North High School in Naperville, Illinois. Now his parents believe that had he not been called to the dean’s office and confronted by a police officer there, he’d still be alive today. That’s because as soon as he walked into the office, Stephen Madden, the dean, and Brett Heun, a police officer, informed him that he was being investigated for possessing child pornography. Now his parents say they’re suing the school and the Naperville Police Department for violating their son’s rights, falsely threatening him, and causing him “conscious pain and suffering.”