The Henrico County Police Division is currently investigating after a high school student was stabbed at her bus stop in the county's west end this morning.
Shortly after 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 21, officers were called to the intersection of Fairlake Lane and Fairlake Court for a reported suspicious situation.
According to police, officers were notified while en route that a juvenile had been stabbed at a bus stop.
Upon their arrival, officers found a teenage girl -- identified as a student of J.R. Tucker High School -- with an apparent stab wound. She was taken to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
"While students were waiting for the bus at Fairlake Lane and Fairlake Court, a person with a knife approached the stop, cutting one student before running away," J.R. Tucker High School Principal, Art Raymont, said in a notice to families.