Los Angeles News
Student hurt during confrontation at West Adams Prep
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A female student was injured during a confrontation at West Adams Prep High School in Los Angeles, but it's unclear what triggered the violence.
Authorities say the victim suffered superficial cuts from knife on the third floor of the school in the 1500 block of West Washington Boulevard. The victim was taken to a local hospital for cuts on her arm.
LAPD confirmed that the suspect was either an older sister or relative of one of the girls who was involved in the altercation.
The suspect fled the campus following the attack and has not been located yet. She was described as being 18 or 19 years old, slim build, 5 feet 9 inches, with a three-dot tattoo under her left eye.
Parents were notified about the incident, and classes resumed at the school.
stabbing, los angeles news, miriam hernandez
- Montclair hit-run kills woman, injures teen 31 min ago
- Sandy Hook gunman's father breaks silence
- Suspect arrested in Hollywood severed head case
- Man found dead in ransacked Westmont home
- Amber Alert canceled; LB boy found safe 55 min ago
- Suspect arrested for Dana Point shooting
- Car crashes into OC yard; 2 killed, 1 injured
- Malaysia missing jet: Stolen passports probed
- 3,500 police planned for Boston Marathon 41 min ago
- abcnews: Convicted murderer of 7 awarded nearly $500K
- Minnesota lawmaker apologizes for NBA tweet
- Sbarro files for second bankruptcy in 3 years
- Effexor recalled due to possible contamination
- 'The Bachelor' finale: 5 things to know...