2 Teenagers Arrested Following Triple Stabbing in Dorchester

Three students were hurt in the stabbing that happened on Monday afternoon, officials said

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Two teenagers have been arrested after a triple stabbing left three students of a Boston school wounded Monday afternoon in Dorchester, according to police and school officials.

Boston police said Tuesday morning that a 15-year-old and an 18-year-old were facing charges in the stabbing, only identifying the older suspect as Deionte Wall of Dorchester. The younger suspect went unnamed.



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A stabbing near TechBoston Academy left three of the school's students with non-life-threatening injuries.

Officers found the two suspects near Ashmont Station, and they were both arrested without incident, according to a news release from the Boston Police Department.

Police responded to the area of Washington Street and Armandine Street at around 2:42 p.m. Monday for a call for a person stabbed, and when they showed up, police found multiple people with apparent stab wounds, authorities said. All three victims — who were confirmed by Boston Public Schools to be students at TechBoston Academy — were taken to a local hospital and were expected to recover.

Wall is facing three counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. He was held in lieu of a $5,000 bond and ordered to have no contact with the victims or other suspect. He is scheduled to appear in court on March 3 for a pretrial hearing.

On Monday, it was said that a student at the high school was arrested in connection with the incident. NBC10 Boston has reached out to Boston Public Schools for clarification on whether one or both of the suspects identified Tuesday are students.

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