PITTSBURGH - Investigators seized 12 items from the Franklin Regional High School locker of a sophomore student accused of attacking his classmates with two knives, according to a search warrant inventory returned Wednesday.
According to the filing, Alex Hribal's locker was searched just after 4:30 p.m. on April 9, hours after he allegedly injured 19 classmates and a security guard.
Westmoreland County Detective Ray Dupilka retrieved the following items:
• an LL Bean backpack
• a handwritten note (District Attorney John Peck declined to release the details of the note.)
• a Samsung cellphone
• a student handbook
• six school binders for various subjects
• a plastic bag containing gym clothing
• a textbook
It's the second search warrant inventory to be returned to the district judge's office for warrants that were obtained on April 9.
Investigators believe Hribal, 16, took two 8-inch stainless steel kitchen knives to the school and attacked others in a first-floor hallway. He is charged as an adult.
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