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Police wrap up reported attack investigation at Catholic high school

Police wrap up investigation of stabbing at Catholic high school Police wrap up investigation of stabbing at Catholic high school

Police have wrapped up their investigation into an reported attack at Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School that was reported Thursday morning.

Police say that the claim is unfounded.

A 14-year-old male student was reported to have been slashed at the Catholic high school with a razor blade in the school's bathroom. 

The boy was cut on the leg. He was treated at a local hospital and taken back to class.

The school's president, Richard Osborne, released the following statement Thursday during the investigation:

"There was an incident in the restroom today (Thursday) in which a student received a minor injury.  The student is in class, the school is open and we're working to determine the details."

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