Montreal — The suspect has been detained after being stabbed in a high school in Montreal, where he sent a slightly injured teacher to a hospital.
According to Montreal police, the incident occurred today at John F. Kennedy High School in the Saint-Michel district at the northern end of the city around 10 am.
A suspected student was arrested near the school and taken to a detention center for interrogation.
A teacher, a man in his 40s, was taken to the hospital with a non-life-threatening superficial injury.
Police spokesman Jean-Pierre Brabant said the school was temporarily closed while police were pursuing the suspect, but the order was subsequently lifted.
He says it’s too early to know what allegations the suspect may face.