A 15-year-old Pennsylvania boy is going through a number of fees Wednesday after allegedly stabbing his brother greater than a dozen occasions, in addition to his personal 9-year-old sister, in a knife assault at an elementary college playground, based on investigators.
Hatfield Township Police say they have been referred to as to the scene at Oak Park Elementary School round 5:20 p.m. Monday after receiving a 911 name from a mom who reported that two of her kids had been stabbed by her different son.
“Officers arrived to find a 13-year-old boy suffering from multiple stab wounds to his chest, back, face, neck and hands and a 9-year-old girl suffering from multiple stab wounds to her head,” the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office said in a statement.
Police say each kids have been then rushed to a hospital close to Allentown the place the boy underwent surgical procedure.
“He is in critical but stable condition with 15 stab wounds throughout his torso, head and hands,” the assertion added. “The girl was treated for multiple lacerations to her scalp and released.”
Investigators later tracked down and arrested the 15-year-old suspect at a dwelling close to the playground.
The motive for the alleged assault was not instantly clear. Fox News has reached out to Hatfield Township Police for additional remark.
In the assertion, police stated they recovered the knife utilized in the stabbings in addition to video footage from college cameras that confirmed the whole scene unfold.
“In surveillance footage, following the attacks on his siblings, the defendant is seen running off,” the Attorney’s Office stated.
The North Penn School District stated Monday that the state of affairs occurred after college hours and no college students have been within the constructing on the time.
“Tragic events such as this are always upsetting,” it added. “Thank you to our local police and NPSD security who responded swiftly to this evening’s event.”
The suspect is now going through tried homicide, aggravated assault, easy assault, reckless endangerment and associated fees, based on prosecutors.
His bail was set at $500,000 and is scheduled for one more court docket look on March 9.