For the second time this week, a Wisconsin community is reeling after police shot an armed student on a high school campus. The latest violence unfolded Tuesday in Oshkosh where officials said a 16-year-old student was wounded after stabbing a school resource officer. On Monday, around 70 miles away in Waukesha, police shot a 17-year-old who they said threatened an officer with a pellet gun. Dean Reynolds reports.
A Wisconsin high school resource officer shot a 16-year-old student Tuesday after the boy stabbed him in his office, marking the second time in as many days that a school resource officer has been involved in a student shooting in the state. (Dec. 3)
An armed 16-year-old Wisconsin high school student confronted a school resource officer Tuesday morning, leading to an officer-involved shooting. Police said both the student and the officer were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and that no one else was injured during the incident. **approved by Oliver