Once at the scene, deputies learned that two 5-year-old twins were fighting, “as siblings sometimes do,” officials said.
During the fight, one of the twins grabbed a small kitchen knife and stabbed his twin brother, police said.
The sheriff’s office worked with the District Attorney’s Office and in a statement, they said “in light of all circumstances discovered by our investigators, no charges will be filed.”
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During the current investigation, officials determined there was no indication of negligence or criminal activity by any other party.
No details were given on how the boy gained access to a knife in the kitchen.
In a statement, the sheriff’s office said, “We are heartbroken for the family of these two young children and share in their grief.”
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