Two Students Stabbed at Cleveland High School in Reseda, Suspect Arrested

Two Students Stabbed at Cleveland High School in Reseda, Suspect Arrested

Two 16-year-old students from Cleveland High School in Reseda were hospitalized on Tuesday afternoon after sustaining stab wounds. The incident occurred at approximately 3 p.m. in the 8300 block of Vanalden Avenue, two blocks north of the school. Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) received a call reporting the two male victims’ injuries, according to LAPD public information officer Tony Im.

As of 5:39 p.m., a suspect in the stabbing was apprehended at a hospital, as confirmed by Im. The conditions of the injured students remain unknown at this time. The LAPD, in conjunction with the Los Angeles School Police Department, is currently investigating the incident.

A reliable law enforcement source, speaking on the condition of anonymity, disclosed that a Cleveland High School student was briefly taken into custody in connection with the incident. The source further revealed that one of the victims suffered a punctured lung, while the injuries sustained by the other student are believed to be less severe.

Cleveland High School Principal Cindy Duong promptly notified the school community about the stabbing involving the two students. Duong assured that no other staff or students were affected by the incident and confirmed that the parents of the injured students had been informed.

In an effort to ensure the safety of all students, Duong announced that additional patrols would be deployed on campus. She also urged parents to engage in conversations with their children about making positive choices and encouraged them to report any issues with fellow students to adults.

Author: CrimeDoor

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