WASHINGTON — A student was stabbed after a verbal argument turned violent outside a Prince George’s County high school Monday.
Police arrived at Crossland High School in Temple Hills, Maryland, to investigate a stabbing that happened at 8 a.m.
Prince George’s County police spokesman Tyler Hunter said the 18-year-old student was walking outside with his class to work on a school project when he encountered an 18-year-old former student.
A fight ensued and the suspect stabbed the victim with a knife.
School security arrested the former student.
The victim was taken to the hospital with injuries that were described as not life-threatening.
Below is the area where the stabbing occurred:
WTOP’s Dennis Foley and Anna Isaacs contributed to this report.
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