Three teens arrested after a shooting at high school football game
By: Arien Fuentes
Kion Lynch, Mark Trimble, and Larico Walker were arrested Saturday November 21st, 2015, in connections to the shooting incident Friday night in the parking lot during the Miami Central and Carol City High football game. Fans ran for safety and players ducked for cover after several shots were fired just three minutes before the game ended.
“It’s Friday night under the lights of Traz Powell and we’re trying to enjoy ourselves and watch these kids and watch them play to better themselves,” said Latrell Dennis who was in the stands and saw as the Fans scrambled in fear. “You’re able to get a gun quicker than anything and that just doesn’t make sense to me.” Dennis said. “It’s going to take a whole community to get us back where we used to be.”
The three teens responsible for the incident were charged with possession of fire arm in school property. Walker and Lynch were charged with additional charges, which include third degree grand theft of a firearm and a charge for carrying a concealed weapon. There were no injuries or deaths reported after the occurrence.
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