(NBC NEWS) Classmates of the high-school sophomore suspected of stabbing people on Wednesday said he was a smart, quiet teen who "was not bullied."
"I don't know what could possibly motivate him to do it," Shane Molyneaux told NBC News in an email interview, a student at Franklin Region Senior High School who did not witness the stabbing.
"He was somewhat friendly. He was very smart. He was not bullied and he did not seem like a mean kid. He did have friends."
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