After school brawl involving Katy ISD students ends with 2 stabbed, 4 injured in area park, Pct. 5 says

Katy, Texas – Six people were injured after Harris 5 County Constable said a fight broke out at a west Harris County park on Monday afternoon.

Deputies in Constable Ted Heap’s office said the fight happened shortly after 3 p.m. at Malcolm E. Beckendorff Park in the 1800 block of Katyland Drive near Katy Hockey Cut Off Road.

According to PCT. On the 5th, a fight between 11 and 18 students who attend Paetow High School broke out and two people were stabbed and four others were injured, including a minor. Deputies said bats and knives were found at the scene. It was reported that some broke car windows with the bats.

Two of the injured were taken by Life Flight to Memorial Hermann Hospital. Another, a suspect in the stabbing, was taken to a local hospital by ambulance with a dislocated shoulder and non-life-threatening injuries. He is now in custody.

Deputies said the fight stemmed from two girls.

Several agencies responded to the scene.

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The Katy Independent School District released the following statement:

Katy ISD Police and local law enforcement are actively investigating an altercation that took place at a Harris County park following the school’s dismissal today. At present, several students are believed to have been involved in the altercation. Campus and district administration are working closely with law enforcement to conduct a thorough investigation. Anyone determined to have been involved in the incident will be disciplined in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct and Discipline Management Plan, as well as possible criminal consequences. As a precaution, additional police officers from Katy ISD will also be assigned to patrol the area until the investigation is complete.

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