A stabbing has been reported near Mt. Diablo High School in Concord, according to Concord Police.
Shortly before 8 a.m., police say a staff member found a 17-year-old student on the ground in the parking lot suffering from stab wounds to the stomach and chest.
According to the Mt. Diablo Unified School District, the student was stabbed at Todos Santos Plaza where the student drove himself to school and flagged down another student for help.
It’s unknown if a suspect has been taken into custody, and the condition of the victim hasn’t been released.
Anyone with information should contact the Concord Police Dept.
Update per Concord Police:
SUBJ: PRESS RELEASE ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON
This morning at 7:56 am, the Concord Police Department received a call of a stabbing. Officers and medical personnel located the Victim, an 18 year old male and resident of Concord, with a stab wound to his abdomen in the parking lot of Mt Diablo High School.
The Victim was transported to the hospital for treatment for a minor stab wound to his abdomen. The Victim is a student at Mt Diablo High School. The investigation has determined that the stabbing occurred in the downtown Concord area and not on the high school campus and that the Victim drove himself to the school to get help after the crime. At this time, there appears to be no connection between the incident and the school.
The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Loercher at (925)603-5922 or the Anonymous Tip Line at (925)603-5836.