(WXYZ) — A ten-year-old is going through prices after allegedly making a “hit list,” bringing a knife to high school, and asking one other scholar to carry a scholar down so he might stab him, the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office says.
According to a press launch from the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office, the boy from Prevail Academy in Mt. Clemens made the hit listing of youngsters who have been allegedly imply to him and known as him names earlier than the incident on November 29.
When the 10-year-old allegedly requested one other scholar to carry down a boy so he might stab him, the coed reportedly took the knife away and gave it to an grownup.
The prosecutor’s workplace says the juvenile has been arraigned and charged with solicitation of assault with a harmful weapon (4 12 months felony) and having a weapon in a weapon-free college (93 day misdemeanor).
“The juvenile who gave the knife to an adult is a hero. He saw something and said something which saved lives,” stated Macomb County Prosecutor Peter J. Lucido in an announcement.
Lucido says Prevail Academy would be the first college to obtain the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Hero Award, which honor faculties when a scholar or workers member experiences a menace of violence.