Vigil with family and friends to remember Jamey Rodemeyer was held outside Williamsville Noth High School on Sunday, September 25, 2011.
Updated: October 5, 2011, 6:45 PM
The Amherst Police have turned over Jamey Rodemeyer’s computer and cell phone to a forensic lab to help try to establish a pattern of bullying that ultimately may warrant aggravated harassment and hate crime charges in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, he said, police have determined that many recent allegations of bullying, directed toward Jamey, and later his sister Alyssa, do not yet, on their own, rise to the level of criminal actions.
He added that, to date, the Williamsville School District appears to have only one documented case of bullying involving Jamey, and that dates back to his time as a seventh-grader at Heim Middle School. Disciplinary action was taken in that case.
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