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Valaree Schwab, a 16-year-old student at New Rochelle High School, died Jan. 10, 2018 after she was stabbed in a Dunkin' Donuts
Prosecutors indicted a trio of classmates on stalking and murder charges; two of them were sentenced to "shock probation" in a plea deal
Second-degree murder charges remain pending against the girl who allegedly stabbed her when she tried to get her house keys back
A Westchester County high school student has been sentenced to "shock probation" for stalking a 16-year-old schoolmate last year, leading to a key-theft confrontation that left the girl stabbed in a Dunkin' Donuts. She later died.
Carl Booker, along with fellow student Dominique Slack, pleaded guilty in December to felony stalking in the Jan. 10, 2018 death of Valaree Schwab. Slack was also sentenced to shock probation, which involves a six-month incarceration in Westchester County jail followed by five years' probation.
Prosecutors have said Booker, Slack and other teenagers stalked Schwab, a classmate at New Rochelle High School, on several occasions — and one time, it turned physical, with the group attacking Schwab on a North Avenue sidewalk.
As she was being attacked, Schwab dropped her house keys and one of the teens picked them up, authorities have said. The group went to a Dunkin' Donuts on North Avenue and Schwab, desperate to get her keys back, followed them.
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