Frisco police say officers took two students from Lone Star High School into custody on charges of injuring a disabled person.
FRISCO, Texas – Two North Texas high school students have been arrested after killing and injuring another student Frisco Police Department,
Two students of Lone Star High School were taken into custody by the authorities for injuring a disabled person, police said. At around 2 pm on Wednesday, the Frisco Police came to know about Tuesday’s assault at Lone Star High School.
School resource officers from the Frisco Police Department are working with officers and the suspects have also been identified as teenagers who attend school.
“The Frisco Police Department has made it clear that school safety is a priority,” said Frisco Police Chief David Shilson. “Criminal behavior will not be tolerated, and everyone involved will be held accountable. Our department continues to work closely with Frisco ISD to maintain campus security and the safety of all students and teachers.
Both teenagers were arrested without incident and charged with causing hurt to a disabled person. According to the police, this offense is a 3rd degree offense, for which the punishment can be from two to 10 years in jail.
The investigation is active and ongoing. No further information, including the names of the juveniles, will be released.
The WFAA has contacted Frisco ISD, but has not received any direct comment or response as of Thursday afternoon.
Police are asking anyone with information about this incident to call the Frisco Police Department at (972) 292-6010. Tips can also be submitted anonymously to FRISCOPD and TIP by messaging 847411 (tip411) or by downloading the Frisco PD app, available on Android and iOS devices.