Bik'at Ono: 3 students injured in classroom attack

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
May 14, 2006 22:59

 
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Three students were lightly injured on Sunday when an unidentified assailant threw an unknown substance into a classroom in a Bik'at Ono middle school. The three received treatment from MDA teams that arrived on the scene. Police said the attacker was apparently a student at the school. Over the weekend, a 15-year-old from Netanya was arrested of suspicion that he attacked and threatened his principal and a teacher at his school. According to police suspicions, the minor pushed the principal, twisted her arm and threatened that he would kill her. He also reportedly threw a chair at a teacher. The adolescent assailant had previously been suspended from his school for similar attacks, and police were already familiar with his record.

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