(MURRYSVILLE, Pa.) — The teenager accused of a mass stabbing at a Pennsylvania high school told a security guard and vice principal that his “work is not done,” and he had “more people to kill,” according to a criminal complaint released Friday.
Alex Hribal, 16, entered Franklin Regional High School on April 9 and began stabbing teachers and students, injuring 21 people.
The most recent complaint includes details to support the case that the incident was premeditated. A document found in the sophomore’s locker from April 6 reads, “I can’t wait to see the priceless and helpless looks on the faces of the students of one of the ‘best schools in Pennsylvania’ realize their precious lives are going to be taken by the only one among them that isn’t a plebeian.” The note was signed by Hribal.
The school’s vice principal, Samuel King, and security guard Sgt. John Resetar subdued the student, who was holding a knife in each hand. Resetar had been stabbed in the stomach upon King’s arrival, during which the vice principal grabbed the teen from behind and tackled him to the floor.
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