Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Greene Student Charged
A 16-year-old male will face charges for attempted first-degree murder for stabbing a fellow classmate at South Greene High School on Tuesday morning. Police say the two were sitting at different tables inside the school cafeteria when the suspect pulled a knife and attacked. A female student tackled the assailant. Holding him until the school staff could arrive. The suspectís name will not be released pending a court hearing on whether or not he will be tried as a juvenile or adult. After a brief lockdown, classes resumed as normal on Tuesday. The school did bring in extra counselors for those students needing help dealing with the situation.(CC)

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