Two armed students shot by police at different Wisconsin schools in two days
Wednesday, 4 December 2019 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.
School resource officers played a critical role at two Wisconsin schools this week. One officer in Waukesha shot a student after they showed what was later determined to be a pellet gun. And then, an SRO shot a 16-year-old student after the teen stabbed him at an Oshkosh high school.
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