Confirmed: 13-yr-old girl stabbed in the neck by teen





13-yr-old Regina James a student of Mt Alvernia High School in St. James was stabbed in the neck by another 13-yr-old girl earlier this afternoon. According to the Gleaner, James was stabbed in the left side of her neck at 2:30pm and was rushed to Hospital where she was pronounced dead. There are unconfirmed reports that the 13-yr-old suspect is now in custody, after being on the run.. The Police are reporting that both teens were recently involved in a dispute, which led to the incident.



  
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Melia Royal 19/07/2012 03:45:29
This is so sad, just take a look on how violence has been passed on to our kids...sad sad sad..
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