2 senior high students stabbed in Isabela

CAUAYAN CITY, Isabela – Two Senior High School students were injured when a fellow student stabbed them in front of the Cauayan City National High School main campus on Monday, Jan. 16.

Police said the 13-year-old suspect was waiting for a tricycle outside the school when the two victims age 16 and 15 mauled him.

The suspect drew a bladed weapon from his bag and stabbed the victims. Concerned citizens and teachers tried to pacify them.

Police took the suspect into custody while the victims were taken to the Cauayan District Hospital.

Brig. Gen. Percival Rumbaoa, Police Regional Office 2 director, has ordered a thorough investigation of the incident and the deployment of policemen in the school for security.