BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — A Boston charter school is rattled after a student allegedly brought several weapons to school and flashed them in a dispute.
Boston Police say they were called to the City on a Hill Charter School in Roxbury late Thursday morning for a report of a "violent 16-year-old female student," according to a police report obtained by WBZ NewsRadio.
When officers arrived at the school, they were told there had been a dispute between two girls in the bathroom. Witnesses told them one of the girls flashed a taser, a large meat cleaver, and a small kitchen knife.
Police confiscated the weapons as evidence.
Officers said the girl's parents were called, and she was summonsed to court for making threats with the weapons. The school's administration said no one was injured or arrested, and that there was no physical fight on the campus and that no one was in danger.
In South Boston, school administrators said another knife was confiscated from a middle school student at the Condon School on Thursday. Boston Public Schools officials said the student is being disciplined and no one was hurt.