PHOENIX — A student avoided serious harm Wednesday, after being stabbed in the neck at a Phoenix-area high school.
Police had the alleged assailant in the school’s office at Higley High School in Gilbert near Pecos and Recker roads.
The victim sustained a small wound to the neck but will be OK.
No other injuries were reported.
Wednesday was the first day of school.
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