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Boy, 14, impregnates classmate, 14

ORANGE WALK TOWN, Thurs. Apr. 6, 2017–A 14-year-old second form student of a high school in Orange Walk Town is completing the first trimester of her pregnancy.

Her former boyfriend and classmate, 14, of the same form, is believed to have impregnated her.

When the discovery was made last month, it was alleged that the school did not allow them to return to the institution, but did not officially expel them.

According to our sources, the father of the female child visited the school, where he learned that his daughter was not allowed to return with her pregnancy.

Upon learning so, he reportedly contacted the mother of the male child and advised that he, too, shouldn’t return to school.

Our sources revealed that the female child’s father claimed that the school had advised him to go to the authorities and report the case of carnal knowledge.

However, the school has reportedly denied making that recommendation.

The father of the female child then reportedly visited the Orange Walk Police Station to make a police report against the boy who impregnated his daughter.

According to our sources, it is alleged that Orange Walk police refused to investigate the matter, as it involved two minors.

Currently, the family of the boy is making every effort to have him return to school, but we are told that the administration at the school has refused to meet with them.

Today, we are told that the family waited over an hour to see authorities, but was denied an opportunity for dialogue.

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