Teen charged following fatal stabbing of schoolmate in Manchester

Deputy Superintendent Carey Duncan, head of the Manchester Police
By Clinton McGregor 
The 17-year-old boy who was arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of his classmate at the Catholic College in Manchester on Monday, has been charged.
The teenager was charged Tuesday afternoon with the offences of murder and wounding with intent.
He's booked to appear in court on June 4.
This was disclosed by Deputy Superintendent Carey Duncan, head of the Manchester Police, who said officers are "still in the process of interviewing potential witnesses". 
Twenty-year-old Akeilia White died from stab wounds she received during a dispute at the institution, located in Williamsfield.
The other 17-year-old victim received stab wounds when he went to her assistance.
DSP Duncan said that teen is stable and his injuries are not considered serious. 
Classes were suspended at the school on Tuesday.

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