Teen who stabbed and robbed another student at Adams High School found delinquent

The teen who was accused of robbing and stabbing another student at Adams High School reached an admission agreement with the state.

The suspect, who was 15, admitted to committing what would be robbery, battery resulting in serious bodily injury, and possession of a knife on school property resulting in bodily injury, if tried in adult court.

The state dismissed a count of battery by means of a deadly weapon as part of the admission agreement.

As part of the agreement, the teen, who ABC57 is not identifying because his case is in juvenile court, must participate with law enforcement and testify truthfully at all proceedings.

The court accepted the agreement on Thursday and found him delinquent on the three counts.

A dispositional hearing is set for March 15.

The court denied a request for the defendant’s release.

The defendant, who was 15 at the time of the stabbing last month, was accused of robbing another student of cash and/or THC cartridges and stabbing him in the ribs.

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