Stamford Student Charged With Making Threats To Norwalk Basketball Team

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Police arrested a Stamford Academy student after allegedly threatening rival team's players. Photo Credit: File

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Police arrested a Stamford Academy student on charges of bursting onto a bus carrying the Norwalk High School basketball team last week and threatening the coach and players after they lost to Stamford High, according to the Stamford Advocate.

The unidentified 16-year-old was arrested Friday and has been charged with threatening and breach of peace, according to the article.

Read the full story here at the Stamford Advocate. 

The incident occurred the same that three men, two 18-year-olds and one 19-year-old, were stabbed near the school after the basketball game, reportedly by students wearing sweatshirts from Stamford Academy, police said.

One victim told police that a group of six to seven black males in dark clothing approached him as he was leaving the basketball game at Stamford High School. The men pepper-sprayed him in his face, beat him and stabbed him with a knife before running away, according to the police report.

Read more about the stabbings here at The Daily Voice. 

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