Warren High School Stabbing Incident: School Placed Under Lockdown, One Student In Custody 

The Warren High School stabbing incident has dominated the media headlines. In connection to this stabbing incident, a student has been taken into custody. 

Two students were involved in a brawl in which one stabbed another. The victim suffers life-threatening injuries, reported NBC.

The incident occurred on Wednesday at Warren High School in Downey, California. The school confirmed the incident in a Facebook post.

It stated that the academic institution was placed on a brief lockdown in the wake of the incidents. Furthermore, all students were safe. 

Announcement by Warren High School 

The school wrote,

“There has been an incident between two students at Warren High School that warranted a lockdown and the lockdown has been cleared. At this point, we can confirm one of the students is receiving medical treatment due to an injury to a sharp object. Downey Police have the student in custody.”

Warren High School added,

“Police are conducting an investigation and students are remaining in class for now. All students and staff on campus are safe. Additional information will be sent as soon as possible.”

According to Times Now, as per the reports available, classes of the students resumed at 2 p.m. Parents were also provided with an option to take their kids safely back home for the day. 

Situations that resulted in the incident haven’t been made public yet.

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