LIVERMORE (KRON) -- One teenager is in police custody and another was injured after a stabbing at Livermore High School Tuesday afternoon.
Police say the incident occurred at 3 p.m. on the high school campus. The male victim suffered a non-life threatening stab wound and was taken to a nearby hospital.
The stabbing was an isolated incident and police say there is no threat to the campus.
The suspect is now in police custody.
The high school's principal, Vicki Scudder, notified parents of students about the stabbing this afternoon, saying, "We are thankful for the quick response by the Livermore Police Department. They are now handling the primary investigation of this matter. Our school officials are also conducting a thorough investigation."
The principal also says counselors and administrators are available if students need support after the incident.
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