By CBS13 Staff

TURLOCK (CBS13) — Authorities say the motive behind the stabbing at Turlock High School last week still remains unknown.

A student is suspected of stabbing another student on campus in Friday’s incident. Teacher Ryan Tribble is being credited with helping stop the fight.

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The student stabbed suffered non-life-threatening injuries, authorities said, while the other student has been arrested and is facing a charge of attempted homicide.

On Tuesday, Turlock police said investigators have found no indication about possible bullying going on between either party involved in the stabbing.

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Police also said they never received any reports of bullying.

Back on Monday, Turlock High officials also said they were aware of some rumors circulating over the weekend about possible retaliation for the stabbing. However, both school officials and police have said those threats were not credible.

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As a precaution, however, extra officers were on and around campus Monday.