BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two students were injured after a stabbing at a Prince George’s County school Thursday morning.
Police say there was a 2 to 3 knife used during an incident at Central High School, and three students were involved in the altercation.
Two of the students involved were cut by another student, according to police. One student suffered a superficial wound and the other was cut in the stomach.
Police say the three students got into a fight because of an “interpersonal dispute” which led to one of them attacking the other two.
The student who used the knife reportedly turned himself in to school officials.
The investigation is ongoing.