Tween Love Triangle? 12-Year-Old Boy Stabs 13-Year-Old Rival in Victorville Over a Girl, Authorities Say
Kids these days. They grow up fast.
Take the case of a 12-year-old boy whom authorities say stabbed a 13-year-old acquaintance with a steak knife in Southern California yesterday afternoon. Over what? A girl.
Dang. Lil' player. It happened ...
... at 3:52 p.m. near Westway Lane and Primavera Lane in the high desert community of Victorville, San Bernardino County sheriff's officials tell us.
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According to a sheriff's statement, " ... the victim received a minor laceration that was treated at the scene by AMR [American Medical Response]."
Deputies at the scene alleged the 12-year-old had the knife and a martial arts throwing star on him.
The neighborhood where the tween love triangle allegedly erupted into violence.
He was expected to be booked "at Apple Valley Juvenile Hall on charges of PC245-Assault with a weapon, PC422-Terrorist Threats and PC12020- Possession of a deadly weapon," according to the statement.
Trust us, kid, when we say to you, she ain't worth it.
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