2 teens plead guilty to role in death of New Rochelle teenPosted: Updated:
Two high school students have admitted to their role in a deadly off-campus stabbing in New Rochelle.
Dominique Slack and Carl Booker each pleaded guilty to first-degree stalking Friday. The 18-year-olds were part of a group of teens who attacked Valaree Schwab, 16, in January.
The attack happened on North Avenue near a Subway restaurant.
Prosecutors say someone stole Schwab's houses keys during a fight. They say when she tried to get her keys back at a nearby Dunkin' Donuts, she was stabbed to death.
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Z'inah Brown has been charged with Schwab's murder.
Sentencing for Slack and Booker is scheduled for Jan. 25 and Feb. 22.
New Rochelle schools released a statement Friday, saying, "We cannot comment on the cases of individual students or former students, yet I want to note that we have implemented several new safety measures at New Rochelle High School since early this calendar year ... The school is being strictly operated as a closed campus. The safety of our students and staff is our top priority."
As News 12 reported, the stabbing was one of three attacks in a matter of days involving New Rochelle High School students.