16-year-old girl stabbed during argument inside Dunkin' Donuts

Modesto Morganelli
Gennaio 14, 2018

A 16-year-old girl was stabbed to death by another teen inside a Dunkin' Donuts in Westchester County Wednesday afternoon, and police said they are searching for the killer.

Z'inah Brown, 16, turned herself in barely 24 hours after the killing of Valaree Megan Schwab - who was stabbed twice with a steak knife in the left side of her torso, according to cops. Schwab later died at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx.

Brown, 16, of Yonkers, had been sought by police, who called on the public to help find her.

Brown now faces a charge of second-degree murder. Police said she and a teenage boy got into a fight with at least six other teenagers in the Dunkin Donuts at 646 North Avenue, across from Iona College. "All other information about the incident should come from the New Rochelle Police Department". Students said the teen was being bullied and fought back, spraying her attackers with pepper spray leading up to her being stabbed.

Schwab was taken to a hospital where she died. They are believed to all be students at nearby New Rochelle High School, which is about a half mile away.

"Our hearts go out to all who have been touched by this tragic occurrence", the school stated on its website. "This is a devastating loss for our school community, and our deepest condolences go out to Valaree's family and friends". They are encouraging her to surrender.

Grief counselors will be at the school Thursday. The New Rochelle Police Department, with cooperation from the District, investigated the alleged threat and determined it to be unfounded.

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