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March 1, 2012 at 9:42 AM

Girl accused of Snohomish stabbing still disturbed

The Associated Press

EVERETT – Prosecutors say the 15-year-old girl accused of stabbing two other students at Snohomish High School created a “bucket list” while locked up that includes harming a toddler and blowing up a school.

A fellow inmate in juvenile detention told the staff in mid-February the defendant talked of finding one of the wounded students and stabbing her again to make sure she dies.

The Daily Herald reports the information is in court documents filed Monday by prosecutors seeking to have the case moved from juvenile court to Snohomish County Superior Court, where she would face a longer sentence if convicted as an adult.

She’s charged with assault and attempted murder in the October attack at the school.

A court hearing will be held next week.

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