A 15-year-old student at Manchester High School was charged with taking out a knife during a verbal altercation with another student, police said.
On Friday, Manchester police were called to the high school around noon to investigate the incident between the two students.
Several witnesses said one of the students in the argument was holding a knife at his side, police said.
A student resource officer at the school did find a knife on the 15-year-old student involved.
The teen was charged with having a weapon on school grounds, second-degree threatening, breach of peace and carrying a dangerous weapon.
There were no other details immediately available.
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