Student arrested in VSU campus stabbing
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – A Virginia State University (VSU) student accused in a campus stabbing has turned himself in to police.
Kemal Jackson-Hinton, 22, of Fort Washington, MD, is charged with one count of aggravated assault. Jackson-Hinton is a senior English major, according to the university.
VSU police received a call around 5:45 Wednesday night regarding a fight that broke out on campus. One man was stabbed during the fight. The stabbing victim suffered minor injuries, according to a university spokesman.
The university said it did not know what sparked the violence, but was reviewing video from the scene to try and determine motive.
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