Clinton High School students had to show identification cards to police officers to get into school Thursday and Friday following an incident Wednesday morning. Two non-students assaulted a truant student outside the building. The incident ended in the lunchroom as high school staff took away a baseball bat and knife from the two. Clinton Police Chief Gene Beinke says officers will be on normal patrol this weekend:The two non-students were arrested at the scene on Wednesday. The events started last Friday evening when the truant student was thrown out of a non-school party in Clinton. He later returned with some friends and they broke one persons legs and injured another person. The truant student, 17-year-old Jesse Kyseth, in now in jail because of the incident from last Friday. Clinton police have arrested 8 people in connection with the incident and more arrests are expected.
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