Parents Of PA Stabbings Suspect Send Condolences To Victims

(Murrysville, PA) -- The parents of the suspect alleged to have stabbed over 20 people in a brutal attack at a western Pennsylvania high school are apologizing to the victims. The attorney for the family of Alex Hribal tells ABC News his parents are "devastated," adding they can't figure out why their 16-year-old son carried out the attack. Patrick Thomassey says the Franklin Regional High School sophomore was a good student who mingled well with others. Hribal is being charged as an adult in yesterday's early morning assault that left at least 20 students and a security guard injured.