Memphis police have charged a 14-year-old girl was with criminal attempt first degree murder after she allegedly stabbed her 17-year-old boyfriend before school Thursday.
Police responded to a wounding call at City University School on Dunn Avenue in South Memphis at around 8:10 a.m., after a teacher noticed the male teen in class suffered a puncture wound. The teen victim was taken a conference room in the school where police noticed he was bleeding profusely from the upper right chest area.
The teen was initially taken to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in critical condition, but was later moved to The MED.
According to a police report, the victim told police his girlfriend stabbed him at his home on Corry but did not know what lead up to the stabbing because the teens were not arguing or fighting.
The teenage stabbing victim said after he was stabbed he went to school.
In talking with the suspect, she told officers after her father dropped her off at school Thursday morning, she left the campus and went to her boyfriend's house, the police report said. The teenaged suspect said after walking to the victim's home the stabbing happened. She then walked back to class.
The incident remains under investigation.