Argument between primary-school boys escalates into wounding, with one 12-year-old sustaining a busted head

A wounding incident involving two students of the T.N. Kirnon Primary School
is under police investigation. 
Reports say that the principal reported the incident to the Criminal
Investigations Department (CID) by way of phone. He alleged that two 12-
year-olds – one from Gray Hill and the other from Paynters – were involved in
an altercation that escalated, and one child used an object to injure the other.
The victim sustained a wound on the right side of the back of his head. 
Both students reportedly were issued with Police Medical Forms in the
presence of their parents and advised to seek medical attention. 
This incident is alleged to have occurred at about 1p.m. on May 10.