On the 24th, at a junior high school in Yatomi City, Aichi Prefecture, a 14-year-old third-year boy was stabbed and killed by a boy of the same grade with a kitchen knife. It was found by interviewing the investigators that it seems to be.

On the 24th, at a junior high school in Yatomi City, Aichi Prefecture, a 14-year-old third-year boy who attended this school died after being stabbed near his abdomen with a kitchen knife by a 14-year-old boy of the same grade.

The stabbed student was arrested on the spot by a rushed police officer on suspicion of attempted murder, and police switched the charges to murder and sent them to the public prosecutor's office on the 25th.

The two are currently in different classes, but they were in the same class when they were in their second year, so according to investigators, the arrested student admitted to the investigation and harassed them. I felt that I had received it, and I was dissatisfied with it. "

According to the investigation so far, the incident occurred in the corridor near the classroom of the third grader around 8 am just before the morning "reading time" started, but at that time, the arrested student was the victim. According to an interview with an investigative official, it seems that the student was called into the corridor and stabbed.

At school, there was a rule that you should not enter other classes, so the police are investigating in detail, thinking that they tried to create an opportunity to be alone.

Mr. Ito who died is a bright child who likes sports

Yuzu Ito (14), who died, was a cheerful child who loved sports.

A woman whose daughter is in the same class as Mr. Ito said, "I was a child who loves sports and greets me properly. When I was in elementary school, I played soccer and in junior high school, I was in the baseball club. Like a leader who pulls everyone. I was a child. "

Also, a man living in the neighborhood of Mr. Ito said, "I was a healthy child. I often saw him kicking a soccer ball and swinging a baseball bat. When he came back, he said" Welcome back. " When I called him, he said "I'm home" and he was a cheerful child who could greet me well. "