Originally posted at 11:17 p.m. Updated last at 1:11 p.m.
FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Police arrested five teens at Framingham High School, after a fight Wednesday morning just before 7:30.
A sixth teen was arrested at the high school today, September 27.
Framingham Police Lt. Patricia Grigas said there was a fight, and a cell phone was stolen. Because the theft happened during an assault, she said it was classified as a “robbery.”
Students told Source there were multiple police cruisers and an ambulance on Wednesday morning, which was an am collaborative day for the high school. That means students start classes later than usual. Students said one teen was treated.
Because the six arrested are teens, police are not releasing their names.
Three of the teens were arrested at the Framingham High at 12:45 p.m.
Two of the teens were charged with armed robbery, simple assault and battery, conspiracy to commit a crime, and larceny from an individual.
The third teenager was charged with armed robbery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, intimidation of a witness, conspiracy to commit a crime, and larceny.
Two additional teens were arrested at the Framingham Police station after school was dismissed around 3 p.m.
Those two teens were were charged with armed robbery, intimidation of a witness and conspiracy to commit a crime, according to police.
The Framingham High School, after Framingham Source contacted the Superintendent of Schools yesterday about the unusual amount of police cruisers, issued a statement to parents just before 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 26.
“There was a conflict among some students at Framingham High School this morning. School Administration, School Resource Officers (SRO’s), and Framingham Police Officers intervened and quickly addressed the matter. Charges have been filed against a few students and the Framingham Police Department is actively investigating the case,” wrote Principal Carolyn Banach in an email.