Juvenile Detained For Allegedly Stabbing Student On Middle School Campus

Not the CA middle school crime scene (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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One juvenile allegedly stabbed another at a San Francisco middle school Friday – amounting to an individual under 18 facing detainment by local police.

The young person that was reportedly stabbed is a pupil at Francisco Middle School located in the Bay Area – yet the juvenile that was detained for allegedly dishing out the violent act was not characterized as a student at the aforementioned California intermediate school, according to a report by KRON.

The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) responded to a report of a stabbing at the middle school at around quarter-to 1 in the afternoon. Once the local law enforcement arrived, officers came across the injured victim accompanied by school faculty-members. (RELATED: Massachusetts Man Wanted For Allegedly Stabbing Elderly Man More Than Two Dozen Times)

Medics brought the victim to a near-by hospital for treatment of “non-life-threatening injuries,” as police described, according to the outlet.

SFPD officers also detained another juvenile while on the scene; whom is apparently suspected of carrying out the stabbing of the Francisco Middle School student.

That said, SFPD remained on the scene thereafter investigating the general vicinity. (RELATED: Michigan Middle School Field Trip Ended With Students Pole Dancing)

“There is no active threat to the school community,” the California public school district stated via Twitter:

It is unclear if the juvenile that was detained by SFPD on the scene of the alleged crime was also a student at the aforementioned middle school.

Both the alleged perpetrator nor the victim have not been publicly named.

This article has been updated to reflect that the juvenile was detained, not arrested. No arrests have been made in connection with the incident.