TEMPE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- Officials with Tempe Police say a six-year-old elementary school student will not face any criminal charges, after he allegedly poked or scratched two other female students with a syringe he found.
According to a statement released by Sgt. Ron Elcock, the incident happened at around 1:00 p.m. on February 14 at Scales Elementary School, which is located near University and Priest Drives. The syringe that was found did not have a needle attached to it. The two female students are also six-year-olds, and one suffered a slight abrasion to her left face, while the other suffered an apparent puncture wound to her arm.
Both students, according to Sgt. Elcock, were originally checked out by the nurse, and then turned over to their parents. As for the syringe, the male student who found it mentioned a couple of different areas, which were also part of an investigation.