School Kid Attacks People With Knives Before Being Shot By Police--Video

Written by Carly Walker
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An unsettling video was posted of a 14-year-old boy wielding a kitchen knife at his classmates at Hug High School in Reno, Nevada. The student has been identified as Logan Clark, who threatened his schoolmates with two knives while other students watched.

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The video was recorded by another student, and you can see Clark aggressively wave the weapons around and lunge at some of the classmates.

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Clark was shot by police in the shoulder, and is in the hospital in critical condition. The police officer who shot him has been placed on administrative leave, but police officer Jason Soto claims that the officer in question’s actions were necessary. According to police, the student was told to drop the knife, but wouldn’t cooperate.

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In the video that has been shared on Twitter and YouTube, you can hear authorities telling people to ‘back up’ as they try to diffuse the situation. It’s a very chaotic scene as the students are frantically running around, but also stopping to watch the event unfold.

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Clark was shot by police in the shoulder, and is in the hospital in critical condition. The police officer who shot him has been placed on administrative leave, but police officer Jason Soto claims that the officer in question’s actions were necessary. According to police, the student was told to drop the knife, but wouldn’t cooperate.

In the video that has been shared on Twitter and YouTube, you can hear authorities telling people to ‘back up’ as they try to diffuse the situation. It’s a very chaotic scene as the students are frantically running around, but also stopping to watch the event unfold.

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