13 Students Arrested At WHS For Fighting

13 Students Arrested At WHS For Fighting

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MOBILE, Alabama -

Mobile Police confirm to News 5 that 13 students were arrested Thursday morning at Williamson High School.

Police say there were two fights on campus Thursday. The first dispatch call came in at 11:30 a.m. The second call was Thursday afternoon.

When News 5 arrived we witnessed at least 6 students in handcuffs being escorted into police cars.

7 females and 6 males were arrested in all.

Mobile Police confirm that all students were taken to Strickland Youth Center. No injuries were reported.

We're continuing to gather information on this developing story and we'll bring you more details as they become available.

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