School Stabbing Update

Published 04/12 2014 09:14PM

Updated 04/12 2014 11:18PM

3 students remain in intensive care tonight after Wednesday's stabbing spree at Franklin Regional High School near Pittsburgh.

The three victims are in critical condition.

The suspect is a sixteen-year-old fellow student, who was widely considered a normal, non-violent young man.

But police say he rampaged through the hallways wielding two kitchen knives, dressed all in black.

He stabbed and slashed his way down the corridors, leaving several of his victims near death.

But so what drove him to this violent act?

Tonight, there is another report that he may have been bullied.

A fellow student claims he was bullied on Facebook

The sophomore is charged as an adult with four counts of attempted criminal homicide and 21 counts of aggravated assault

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