assistant principal Sam King appeared and tackled the suspect, authorities said.
Mr. King told police that he heard the commotion, ran into the hallway and saw Sgt. Resetar being stabbed.
Both Mr. King and Sgt. Resetar grappled with the suspect, Mr. Drear said. A third private security guard, Officer Ken Wedge, rushed in from outside and saw the pileup.
"He got into it, got the assailant into a choke hold and got him to eventually drop the weapons. They were having a hard time getting them out of his hands," Mr. Drear said.
Sgt. Resetar was treated for a stab wound above the rib cage that did not hit any vital organs, Mr. Drear said. He was released from a hospital.
"That Sam King, thank goodness he was there," Mr. Drear said. "It could have been a lot worse."
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