Elijah Reed La Habra High School student stabs 65-year-old California street vendor today

La Habra High School student, Elijah Reed, stabs 65-year-old California street vendor today.

La Habra California Stabbing Today – Law enforcement authorities are currently investigating a tragic incident that happened today in La Habra, California. According to reports, a La Habra High School student was seen beating and stabbing a 65-year-old California street vendor.

The student was later identified as Elijah Reed of La Habra, California. The school authorities, the school district, LHPD, and the Mayor’s office have all been notified and are treating this matter with utmost seriousness. LHPD will increase patrols in the vicinity of the campus and collaborate closely with the school district officials.

Statement on the stabbing incident:

There is a post going around about a young male that goes to La Habra High School beating a 65 year old street vendor. The post itself is more of a call to action against the minor. The video has been reported to admins several times and unfortunately it goes against our guidelines for the group.

I am just as outranged by it as you are. I recommend sending the video directly to LHHS, the school district, and also La Habra police department and having them take care of it. I hope that the 65 year old man gets justice.

About La Habra High School

La Habra High School is a public co-educational high school located in the Orange County, California city of La Habra. Located between the Coyote Hills to the south and Puente Hills to the north, LHHS opened in 1954 and graduated its first class in 1956.

It is a California Distinguished High School and has been nominated as a National Blue Ribbon School. The school is a member of the Fullerton Joint Union High School District. LHHS absorbed a majority of the students from nearby Lowell High School when it closed in June 1980.

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