New developments in the stabbing investigation at Bradford High School
New developments in a stabbing investigation at a Kenosha High School. One student is facing life-threatening injuries and a second student is in police custody. It happened just after 8 a.m. this morning at Bradford High. The school's principal says classes will resume tomorrow.
The injured student is fighting for his life at the hospital tonight after police say he was stabbed by another student. The Bradford High School Principal is trying to reassure students and parents that kids will be safe tomorrow.
\"Events like today are tragic but I want to thank you all for your support as the Bradford community works to heal from this event,\" said Dr. Jurt Sinclair, Principal of Bradford High School.
In a recorded message to Bradford High School families Tuesday night, principal Kurt Sinclair says the stabbing that left one student with life-threatening injuries was isolated.
\"This is and was no reason to believe there's threat to the rest of our students.\"
Police say a school resource officer immediately took the suspect, another student, into custody. Still, the school was on lockdown before students were sent home around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.
\"Nobody comes to school and expects that they're gonna get stabbed like that's just crazy,\" said Lexie Ward, a junior at Bradford High School.
The school will be back in session Wednesday, with counselors on hand for students and staff.
\"Additionally as a precaution the school will have additional security measures in place,\" said Dr. Sincalir.
Something that may provide comfort to students afraid to go back.
\"It's supposed to be a safe environment but I guess that changed today.\"