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Bronx Teen Accused of Stabbing Classmate to Death Not Bullied on School Grounds, Report Says

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A new report says the Bronx teen accused of stabbing and killing his classmate in June was not bullied at the school.

Special Commissioner of Investigation Richard Condon says while there may have been bullying outside the school, there's no evidence to suggest 14-year-old Noel Estevez was harassed by Timothy Crump on school grounds.

The report consisted of testimony from employees at the school and the Administration for Children's Services, among others.

Estevez is accused of stabbing Crump outside I.S. 117 in Morris Heights following an argument.

Earlier this month, Estevez was arraigned on manslaughter charges in family court.

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