October 16, 2019
Sheriff’s department pledges ‘safety and security’ at Moreno Valley schools
MORENO VALLEY – (INT) – Sheriff’s officials say they are taking a zero-tolerance approach to criminal acts on school grounds. It comes in the wake of bullying incidents at two schools that left one student dead.

Two, 12-year-old girls are facing multiple battery charges and a third is being sought following an incident last week at Sunnymead Middle School. The trio allegedly entered the classroom of another student assaulting her and the teacher.

In an unrelated incident last month at Landmark Middle School, 13-year-old Diego Stolz was attacked and fatally injured by two students. They are facing manslaughter charges.

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department which provides police protection in Moreno Valley says it is “committed to the safety and security of our youth”, but gave no specifics in a statement Monday.
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