Last night at high school football games:
1. 15-year-old was killed and 28-year-old man was wounded during fight in the stands at the Sugar Cane Classic at Port Allen High in Louisiana.
2. 15-year-old boy critically injured and 16-year-old girl wounded when shots were fired in… pic.twitter.com/nxE66g2w2t
— K-12 School Shooting Database (@K12ssdb) September 2, 2023
A teenager has died in a shooting during a football game in Louisiana.
The shooting occurred at halftime in a match between Port Allen and Brasley High School. A 15-year-old boy was killed, a 28-year-old man was injured. pic.twitter.com/8vSapLJ2AX
— Tay Keith 🇷🇺 (@Germaarig) September 2, 2023
The one thing you’ve gotta understand about these niggas is that they be finna pop off.
The full adage is: “Around blacks, never relax, because these niggas be finna pop off.”
A student was killed and another victim injured when gunfire erupted during a high school football game in Louisiana Friday.
The shooting broke out during halftime near the audience stands at Port Allen High School’s football field, according to the West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Two people were struck by bullets: a 16-year-old male student and a 28-year-old woman.
A medical helicopter landed on the field and rushed the two victims to the hospital, where the teen was pronounced dead.
The woman was treated for non-life-threatening injuries to her arm.
Police have not made any arrests and have no leads for the violence.
“We don’t know what led up to the event and we don’t yet know if it was a targeted shooting or random,” Sgt. Landon Groger said. “We want to take our time and cover this from all angles.”
According to the West Baton Rouge School Board, the mysterious shooting happened in spite of increased security stationed for the school’s second game of the season.
The game against nearby Brusly High School was suspended in a 13-13 tie.
Port Allen officials announced it would bulk up security during the school day in the wake of the tragedy.
There are never any arrests anymore.
When you’re black, they let you do it.