First-grader accused of bringing knife to school, threatening students

A first-grader allegedly pulled out a knife inside a Bronx classroom and threatened his classmates. 



The incident happened on March 1 at P.S. 75 on Faile Street in Hunts Point.



According to police, the boy pulled out a knife and told students "If anyone bothers me, I am going to stick you."



Parents are furious after they say the school failed to inform them of the incident.



Students inside the classroom say they were scared. 



The boy accused in the incident still remains in the school, officials say.



News 12 reached out to the Department of Education and is waiting for a response. 


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