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Topic - Richard Robinson
A Hawaii high school is expected to resume normal operations Wednesday after a police officer shot a 17-year-old runaway on campus, prompting a lockdown and canceling classes.
A police officer shot a 17-year-old runaway in the wrist Tuesday morning at a Hawaii high school after the teen cut one officer with a knife and punched two others, authorities said.
Authorities say a police officer shot a 17-year-old runaway in the wrist at a Hawaii high school after the teen cut one officer with a knife and punched two others.
The teen punched two officers, then attacked a third with a kitchen knife, leaving the officer with a minor cut on his torso, Robinson said.
Honolulu police Maj. Richard Robinson said officers arrived at the school and tried to take the boy into custody, but he lunged at them in a small office.