Radnor Township Police responded this morning to the scene of a stabbing at a Main Line Jewish school.
A former kitchen employee stabbed a current employee of the Jack Barrack Hebrew Academy repeatedly in the head, the Inquirer reported.
The victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries, reports say.
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The school was in lockdown but school officials say no students were in danger.
Police had the suspect in custody but no motive was reported.
Jack Barrack Hebrew School is also the former employer of a confessed drug dealer who recently testified in the ongoing federal trial of six former narcotics cops charged with corruption.
Robert Kusher, a basketball coach at the school, testified that he was robbed of tens of thousands of dollars by the cops charged in that case.
After his testimony was reported by media, he lost his job, the Inquirer reported.