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Principal: Man tried to lure student at northwest Las Vegas intermediate school

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According to the letter from Sean Davis, the man approached a student in a red vehicle, but the student ran away and is safe. Law enforcement is examining the incident.

The primary urged safe practices, consisting of:

Stroll in groups to and from school.Never take rides from strangers.Should and shout as loud as you can.

The full letter sent out from Principal Sean Davis can be read below.

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12-year-old stabs teen at Henderson intermediate school

HENDERSON, NV (FOX5) –

Authorities are examining a stabbing incident Friday morning at Thurman White Middle School in Henderson.

Police said initial reports suggesting a student stabbed another trainee on the school of the school.

Andrea Katona, Principal at Thurman White, confirmed this occurrence in a letter sent to parents of students at the school.

Katona’s statement said a student from another school faced a Thurman White trainee in the quad area of the school prior to classes started.

An altercation then took place resulting in the non-Thurman White student being stabbed with a knife.

The Clark County School District Authorities Department added that the non-Thurman White trainee was a 16-year-old woman who faced a 12-year-old girl at the school.

The 12-year-old was being questioned after the occurrence, while the 16-year-old was carried to the health center with non-life threatening injuries.

CCSD Police Capt. Ken Young also specified the trainee who was armed with the knife might be dealing with battery with weapon charges leading to significant bodily harm.

Trainees inform FOX5 the 16-year-old pertained to the school to defend her little sis, who trainees say was battling with the 12-year-old.

“So she came generally in her sister’s defense, she came particularly to combat this other lady,” stated 8th grade trainee Brian Morrison.

Morrison says he saw the whole battle.

“The littler one started to combat with the larger one and the bigger one had a knife right here so she pulled it out and came out and stabbed her in the back,” Morrison stated, “My very first duration instructor, mr cherry, he came over and got someone and got blood all over him.”

Principal Katona’s statement said that this event serves as a pointer for parents and trainees to know that weapons are not allowed on school as well as for trainees to call school administration if they know such a circumstance to avoid occurrences like this from happening.

Many moms and dads hurried to the school after getting that email.

“It makes me feel unsafe sending my kid to a school where I know kids are bringing knives to school I indicate it’s crazy,” stated father Brian Morrison.

“I just feel like I do not even desire her to go to school any longer. It seems like all over something’s happening. Looks like you’re much better off to just learn on your own,” said a worried mama.

Students FOX5 talked to were shocked and in disbelief.

“I’m just really like terrified cause who knows that could have been anybody like anybody might have been in the location and Like I feel bad for the people that needed to view that. Like it’s something you can’t get out it’s gon na be in your life forever,” 6th grader Ashley Kazerye stated.

“You’re at a school like you’re expected to be safe and after that you hear that some kid gets stabbed, like you remain in a nightmare,” stated 7th grader Angel Bautista.

The school remains secure Friday afternoon and school will be dismissed at the regular bell schedule, inning accordance with Katona.

Clark County School District Authorities are continuing their investigation into this occurrence.

Stay with FOX5 for additional updates on this story.

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Las Vegas intermediate school custodian arrested for contact with a small or mentally ill individual

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border= “0” width=” 180″/ > Jesus Acosta (Thanks to LVMPD). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -. A custodian utilized at a Las Vegas middle school was arrested Saturday.

The Clark County School District confirmed the arrest of Jesus Acosta.

Inning accordance with the Clark County Detention Center’s website, Acosta was arrested Saturday for contact with a minor or mentally ill person. Bail was set at $6,000.

The school district stated Acosta is used at Tarkanian Intermediate school. He has actually been placed on paid administrative leave.

Acosta is arranged to appear in court on Tuesday.

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Intermediate school locked down after neighboring shooting

Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015|2:16 p.m.

. A Las Vegas intermediate school was locked down today after a nearby shooting that obviously involved pair of cars, according to Clark County School District and Metro authorities.

Harold J. Brinley Intermediate school, 2480 Maverick St., was locked down after authorities received multiple calls about 10:40 a.m. of possible gunshots near West Smoke Ranch Road and North Jones Boulevard, less than a half mile from the school, City Police Officer Laura Meltzer said.

2 automobiles were headed down the street when one crashed into a pole, she said.

Authorities discovered bullet holes in the crashed vehicle, and the motorist, whose age and gender were not offered, appeared to have actually suffered a minimum of one gunshot injury, Meltzer said.

The motorist, whose condition was not instantly offered, was required to University Medical Center.

The other automobile, which may have been associated with the shooting, was described only as a dark SUV, she stated.

The school remained locked down as a safety measure, School Distrct Cops Capt. Ken Young said.