13-year-old stabbed to death by 15-year-old schoolmate in QC

A 13-year-old Grade 7 student in City is dead after being stabbed in the chest by a  15-year-old schoolmate inside their school. The suspected motive of the crime is jealousy.

In Lei Alviz’s report on GMA News “24 Oras” this Friday, it was said that the crime happened outside the classroom this morning.


The victim suffered a stab wound to the chest and was declared dead on arrival at the hospital.

The suspect was arrested, and the knife used in the crime was recovered.

Based on the initial investigation by the police, it is possible that the root of the crime was jealousy.


“Parang selos po, ‘yung victim natin parang diniskartehan rin po ‘yung menor de edad na babae,” said Police Major Don Don Llapitan, Chief, Criminal Investigation And Detection Unit.

(It’s like jealousy. The victim is courting a minor girl.)

But the suspect insisted the victim was bullying him, but he did not explain how.


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13-year-old stabbed to death by 15-year-old schoolmate in QC

Since the suspect is still a minor, he was placed in the custody of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). But he will still be charged with murder and is considered a child in conflict with the law (CICL).

The police will also investigate how the suspect got the knife inside the school.

“Bago pumasok sa school, dapat chine-check ng guwardya at authorities ng school para ‘di makapasok ‘yung ganyang deadly weapon,” said Llapitan.

(Before entering the school, the school’s guards and authorities must check so that such a deadly weapon does not enter.)

The Department of Education – National Capital Region ( NCR) is concerned about the crime that happened at the school.

It is said that the agency will help the victim’s family and have an appropriate intervention mechanism for the suspect so that he can still continue his studies.

They will also provide stress debriefing to the students and who witnessed the incident.

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