Guam – Guam Police detained 4 juvenile boys Tuesday, but charged only one of them after a fellow student at John F. Kennedy High School was stabbed with a pen this morning.
Guam Police Spokesman Officer A.J. Balajadia reports that officers responded to a disturbance call about 9:15 am involving several boys.
He says a 14-year-old male student received a stab wound to his chest from a pen and was transported to GMH. The injury, says Balajadia, “does not appear to be life threatening.”
3 male minors were taken in custody and then released to their guardians with a summons to appear at Juvenile Investigations Section at a later date.
However, a fourth student was charged. He is a 16 year old boy who is accused of Aggravated Assault, Rioting, Assault and Obstruction.
He has been confined at the Department of Youth Affairs.