The Anne Arundel County Police and Fire Departments are responding to the stabbing incident at Annapolis High School in Maryland. Police warn the incident is an active one. The school has been put on lockdown.
Two people were hospitalized after stabbing incident reported at Annapolis High School Wednesday morning, Anne Arundel County Fire officials said. The incident occurred around 8:45 a.m.
Officials reportedly said there were multiple incidents of fights in the school on Wednesday.
According to Eye on Annapolis, police have arrested the suspect.
The Anne Arundel County Police Department tweeted that they are on the scene investigating “multiple serious assaults.”
“Numerous units on scene at Annapolis High School for what’s believed to be multiple serious assaults. PIO enroute ~1 hour ETA. Media Staging at Board of Ed Parking Lot, 2644 Riva Road.”
The school will remain on lockdown as authorities investigate the stabbing incident.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools sent the below email to parents:
“Good morning Annapolis High families. This call is to let you know that the school is currently on lockdown due to several fights that have taken place this morning. Students are all in classrooms and are supervised at this time. School administration and police are investigating the situation and we will provide you with more information when we have it. At this time, no one is allowed in or out of the building. Please do not come to the school to pick up your student. Again, students are safe and in classrooms where they are supervised. Thank you.”
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