15-year-old stabbed by ‘intruder’ at Stockton school dies, district officials say

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The 15-year-old student who was stabbed by an “intruder” at a high school in Stockton has died, district officials said in a press conference Monday afternoon.“A trespasser entered the front of our school today and stabbed one of our students multiple times. Unfortunately, she did not make it,” Stockton Unified School District Superintendent John Ramirez Jr. said.The Stockton Police Department said the stabbing happened shortly after 11 a.m. Shortly after the teen was attacked, a Stockton Unified School District officer detained the assailant, who was later identified as 52-year-old Anthony Gray of Stockton.The girl was transported to a hospital where she later died of her injuries, police said.Police said Gray drove to the front parking lot of the school and parked his vehicle. He then walked inside the campus and stabbed the teen.Police told KCRA 3 on Monday evening that the stabbing was a “random act.” “It’s a tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family,” Ramirez said.Family of the teen identified her as Alicia Reynaga during a vigil outside the school. Stagg High School was on lockdown following the stabbing.

The 15-year-old student who was stabbed by an “intruder” at a high school in Stockton has died, district officials said in a press conference Monday afternoon.

“A trespasser entered the front of our school today and stabbed one of our students multiple times. Unfortunately, she did not make it,” Stockton Unified School District Superintendent John Ramirez Jr. said.

The Stockton Police Department said the stabbing happened shortly after 11 a.m. Shortly after the teen was attacked, a Stockton Unified School District officer detained the assailant, who was later identified as 52-year-old Anthony Gray of Stockton.

Anthony Gray accused of stabbing, killing Stagg High School teen, police say

Stockton Police Department

The girl was transported to a hospital where she later died of her injuries, police said.

Police said Gray drove to the front parking lot of the school and parked his vehicle. He then walked inside the campus and stabbed the teen.

Police told KCRA 3 on Monday evening that the stabbing was a “random act.”

“It’s a tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family,” Ramirez said.

Family of the teen identified her as Alicia Reynaga during a vigil outside the school.

Alicia Reynaga, left

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Stagg High School was on lockdown following the stabbing.

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