Fights Lead To Lockdown Of Charlotte Amalie High School Today
CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A fight just after noon today led to administrators of the Charlotte Amalie High School locking down the facility.
Police said one male student slipped and fell to the second floor of the high school today about 12 p.m. during a “skirmish,” but was not injured. Several students were involved in the fight.
Another student, police did not specify if the student was male or female, was transported to the Schneider Regional Hospital and Medical Center after suffering an anxiety attack.
Principal Aged Wards said the Charlotte Amalie High School campus will remain on lock down until 3 p.m. today.
Police were expected to return to CAHS at 2:30 p.m. today to assist with keeping the peace when school was dismissed.
There were no gun or knife play during the fights, according to police.
Wards has begun an administrative investigation into the incident.