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Churchlands Senior High School principal Neil Hunt has spoken of his “absolute disappointment” in a group of his students who allegedly assaulted and robbed a man at a northern suburbs train station.
It is alleged the five teenagers from the western suburbs secondary school, who were allegedly wearing their Churchlands uniforms at the time, seriously assaulted Matthew Henson, 20, at Stirling Train Station on Thursday for his shoes.
Churchlands Senior High School principal Neil Hunt. CREDIT:CHURCHLANDS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
The 20-year-old sustained “severe injuries” and was hospitalised as a result of the attack.
The schoolboys, aged 14 to 16, were charged with aggravated robbery and acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm.
This article first appeared on www.watoday.com.au
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