Police close investigation into suicide of Kameron Jacobsen

Police have announced that they have closed their investigation into the suicide of 14-year-old Kameron Jacobsen.

Police say that they found no evidence of bullying online or in person which may have caused Jacobsen to commit suicide three weeks ago.

Jacoben's mother, Wanda Jacobsen, had claimed in a letter posted on Facebook that her son had been the victim of bullying, which led to his suicide.

Monroe-Woodbury School Board President Dr. Michael DiGeronimo said that while the police may have not have found any evidence, the issue of bullying is still an important one.

Two other families have sued the district over claims that their children have been victims of bullies.

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