Teen Charged With Murder After North Carolina High School Stabbing
One teen student was charged with murder after a double stabbing in a North Carolina High School left one 15-year-old student dead.
Southeast Raleigh High School in Raleigh is closed on Tuesday, November 28th after a stabbing left one student dead, one student hospitalized, and another student in custody.
On Monday, November 27th, the Raleigh, North Carolina high school went into a Code Red lockdown around 10:15 a.m. during what police described as a “serious assault” on campus. ABC 11 reported that two students were rushed to local hospitals, but according to reporters one of them succumbed to their injuries. Code Red continued until 1:10 p.m. and school was dismissed but after-school activities were canceled.
During a press conference, Wake County Schools Superintendent Dr. Robert Taylor talked about safety and the well-being of students being his top priority. He said they are working with local and state law enforcement to conduct a full investigation. Taylor said they will be transparent in their findings.
Southeast Raleigh High School does not use metal detectors.
You can see the moments leading up to the fatal stabbing here.