2 teens arrested for fight at high school in Moreno Valley

MORENO VALLEY (CNS) - Two teenage girls were arrested for allegedly getting into a brawl at a Moreno Valley high school, sheriff's officials said Saturday. School administrators notified a Riverside County sheriff's deputy assigned to Valley View High School about 1:50 p.m. Friday that an assault had occurred on campus, said Sgt. Victor Tejeda. "The students approached each other prior to going to class and began fighting,'' he said. The 16-year-old students were arrested and booked into juvenile hall on suspicion of committing battery on school grounds. Neither of the girls were injured in the fight. However, a recent spate of violence at Moreno Valley schools has raised concern from parents. A 13-year-old boy died after he was attacked on Sept. 16 at Landmark Middle Sch
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