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UPDATE: Three charged after deadly stabbing in Scranton

The Scranton School District plans enhanced security because that deadly stabbing happened not far from Scranton High School.

SCRANTON, Pa. — Three teenagers now face charges after a deadly stabbing in Scranton.

Amir and Nahsyeis Williams, both 16, and Sheldon Datilus, 17, all of Scranton are being charged as adults.

They are accused of assault and endangerment.

Police say Tyler McKenna, 18, died after being attacked Wednesday afternoon in a parking lot on West Olive Street. That stabbing happened right down the road from Scranton High School.

The Scranton School District posted that because of the two acts of violence, all schools in the district will be "secure" on Thursday out of an abundance of caution.

There will be no outside activities. Secondary students will be screened using metal detectors and/or wands. No bags of any kind will be allowed in the building, except small purses and small lunch bags.

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