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3 teens arrested for assault at school

Antwan Lovelace (Source: LMDC) Antwan Lovelace (Source: LMDC)
Rashawn Tolley (Source: LMDC) Rashawn Tolley (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – An assault at a Louisville high school ended with three students behind bars.

According to Metro police the assault took place at Western High School just before noon on Friday.

Police said Antwan Lovelace, 18, and a juvenile were waiting in a stairwell while Rashawn Tolley, 18, acted as a lookout. When the victim entered the stairwell Lovelace and the juvenile assaulted him until he was unconscious, then the three teens took his cash and cell phone.

Lovelace, Tolley and the juvenile are charged with robbery and wanton endangerment.

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