TEEN ACCUSED OF FATALLY STABBING SCHOOLMATE IN MANCHESTER REMANDED UNTIL JUNE 4

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The 17-year-old boy who allegedly stabbed and killed a 20-year-old student in Manchester on Monday has been remanded until June 4.

His identity is being withheld, as he is a minor.

Head of the Manchester police, Deputy Superintendent Carey Duncan says the boy was remanded when he appeared in court, yesterday, in relation to the stabbing death of 20-year-old Akeilia White, of Hanbury, Manchester.

Reports are that at about midday while at the Catholic College of Mandeville, the 17-year-old boy inflicted stab wounds to White and a male student.

The two wounded students were taken to hospital where White was pronounced dead, and the other student admitted.