ONE student was arrested at North Central High School over an altercation involving another peer.
Students of the high school were being sent home early hours after arriving on campus.
Was there a stabbing at Indianapolis' North Central High School?
A fight between two students involving a knife left one injured at North Central High School.
Ellen Rogers, community relations coordinator with the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township confirmed to WTHR the accident on September 8, 2021.
The school did not describe the incident as a "stabbing," but said that "unfortunate event" involved "a knife."
The school is now secure following the incident and the student has been arrested.
The identity of the injured and arrested student has not yet been released.
What did North Central High School say about the altercation?
Amid the news of the fight, the high school released a statement regarding the situation, saying: "We are triaging this emergency situation and working closely with IMPD as well as supporting students and families.
"Dismissal will begin at 10 AM.
"If you come to North Central earlier it could be a lengthy process as we have implemented all of our safety protocols."
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