12-Year-Old Arrested For ‘Unprovoked’ Bus Stabbing In San Francisco

Police in San Francisco detained a 12-year-old child in connection with a stabbing that occurred on a municipal bus on Monday.

The young person was taken into custody on Tuesday for attempted murder and lodged in a youth institution. He was detained for a separate robbery and stabbing as well.

In all, there were four suspects who took part in the assault. The other three suspects have been taken into custody, according to Officer Robert Rueca, who spoke with Fox News Digital.

According to FOX San Francisco, the incident occurred on a Muni bus near Stockton and Sutter streets at approximately 4:30 p.m. The stabbing was “unprovoked,” according to the police, and was reported by the police.

The 15-year-old victim was punched and stabbed by the perpetrators. They were all minors.

The tweet below shows the suspect is 12 years old and he was arrested:

Despite suffering grave injuries, the adolescent victim survived the assault.

While the victim’s status was not disclosed, police told Fox News Digital that he was improving.

The 12-year-old suspect’s arrest was reported on Twitter on Tuesday by Officer Robert Rueca.

“Thanks to witnesses & @SFPDCentral officers involved in saving victim’s life and apprehending suspect,” he wrote.

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