Redford Union; Janitor injured after stabbing incident at Redford High School

Redford High School and Junior High will be closed on Friday, November 3rd

Redford High School Stabbing – Redford High School and Junior High will be closed on Friday, November 3rd following a incident that occurred at the Secondary Campus. The event has prompted an immediate response and action from local law enforcement, EMS, and members of our administration.

According to the statement released by the school, an incident involving two members of the third-party custodial staff resulted in one individual being injured and requiring medical attention. The incident took place well after school was dismissed in an area of the school where no students were present. No time was any students or other staff members in danger as a result of this incident.

The police were promptly notified, and the District is fully cooperating with law enforcement officials as they conduct their investigation. Due to the ongoing investigation, our Secondary Campus will be closed tomorrow – Friday, November 3.

According to the information gathered by our team, a janitor had  stabbed another janitor and the victim was transported to Beaumont hospital.

Redford High School

In the city of Detroit, Michigan, a secondary school known as Redford High School could be found. The school, which was a part of the Detroit Public Schools system, first welcomed students in September 1921 and closed its doors for good in June 2007. Redford High School was staffed and run by the Detroit Public Schools, and it provided education to students from the surrounding neighborhoods of Old Redford, Grandmont, Rosedale Park, and Brightmoor.

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