Four teens charged in Brockton 14-year-old’s stabbing

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Neither the victim’s name nor the names of the four teenagers charged have been released by police.

Four teenagers are being charged with armed robbery after a 14-year-old was found stabbed in Brockton, according to officials.

Neither the victim’s name nor the names of the four teenagers charged have been released by police. Three of the teens involved will also be charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, according to Boston 25 News.

The victim, a 14-year-old boy, was stabbed during a robbery Friday night on Court Street, according to The Boston Globe. Officials told the paper that his wounds were not life-threatening. 

Police arrested the teens outside Cardinal Spellman High School, which is located on Court Street. Police and school officials said there was no connection between the school and this crime. 

The president of the school, Dan Hoades, made a statement to Boston 25 News, detailing that none of the teenagers involved were students at Cardinal Spellman, a private Catholic school. 

“Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this senseless violence that unfortunately found its way onto our campus,” Hoades said, according to the news station. 

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