Teen accused of slashing student with box cutter at school
KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia student is accused of punching another student in the head in a school bathroom and then slashing that student’s wrist with a box cutter.
News outlets report the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office says 18-year-old Addison Bram Johnson was arrested last Friday on charges including aggravated assault.
An arrest warrant says the Kennesaw Mountain High School student got into a fight with another student in a school bathroom last week. Authorities didn’t immediately release the identity of the wounded student.
It says Johnson then punched the student in the head and cut one of the student’s wrists with a box cutter that had a 5-inch blade. It says he then threw the weapon and fled the school.
It’s unclear if Johnson has a lawyer who can comment on his behalf.