AGOURA HILLS ( — Sheriff’s investigators have decided not to press charges in an incident allegedly involving Agoura High School football players and coaches, a school official said Wednesday.

The “student-to-student incident” is alleged to have occurred Oct. 17 during a bus ride as the football team headed to a game, according to Las Virgenes Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Dan Stepenosky.

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Two Agoura High football players and three coaches were suspended in response to the incident, according to reports.

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The alleged perpetrator of the still-undisclosed incident is no longer attending school in Las Virgenes Unified, said Stepenosky.

While the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has opted not to press charges, the school district will be conducting “a thorough and independent investigation which will guide our future course of action,” Stepenosky said.

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The district plans to speak with team members about “helping us keep our campus and school setting safe,” according to Stepenosky.