2 teens charged after knife fight at school
Two 14-year-old girls were charged as juveniles after a fight at a Maryland high school that involved a knife, Howard County police said.
The fight was reported Tuesday at the cafeteria of Oakland Mills High School in Columbia, authorities said.
One girl had pulled out a folding knife during an argument and tried to use it on the other teen, according to the police. Two staff members broke up the fight and suffered minor injuries.
One girl was charged with assault, possession of a deadly weapon on school property and disruption of school activities, according to police. Investigators discovered that the second girl had a folding knife, too. She was charged with possession of a deadly weapon on school property.