DENVER — Police are investigating a stabbing reported at Marie L. Greenwood Academy School Thursday afternoon.
Police said the incident happened at around 1:53 p.m. and the juvenile victim was transported to a hospital and a suspect, also reported to be a juvenile, was taken into custody.
The condition of the juvenile victim was not yet known, but police said the person was stable.
Police said it is investigating the scene in conjunction with Denver Public Schools and that the stabbing happened inside the school.
There was no other information available as to where in the campus building the stabbing happened or what led up to the incident.
Denver7 reporter Claire Lavezzorio spoke to Jason McBride with Stuggle of Love Foundation which also responded to the scene. He said he got a call of an active situation at the school and when he responded he noted parents standing out front in the parking lot as the school was apparently locked down.
The Stuggle of Love Foundation responds to reports of youth violence in the Denver metro community.
Video from AirTracker7 showed multiple DPD and DPS units on the scene and parents and students continuing to walk around campus. The exact ages of the victim and juvenile suspects were not known, but police told Denver7 both are boys.
Marie L. Greenwood Early - 8 is a neighborhood school in the 5100 block of Durham Ct.
This is a developing story and will be updated.