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Abbeville Fire Chief Ticketed For Fight At HS Football Game

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Abbeville Fire Chief Neal Dickenson Abbeville Fire Chief Neal Dickenson
ABBEVILLE COUNTY, S.C. -

An Upstate fire chief has been charged for fighting at a high school football game.

Abbeville Fire Chief Neal Dickenson was ticketed with disorderly conduct by the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office.

According to an incident report Dickenson and several other men began fighting in the visitor stands at Woodruff High School during the Abbeville vs. Woodruff football game.

The report says it took six officers to break up the fight.

The City of Abbeville says in a statement they’ve been made aware of the incident and they’ve talked with Spartanburg County.

“We consider this to be a personnel matter, therefore we are unable to discuss further as it is the practice of the City of Abbeville not to discuss personnel matters,” says City Manager David McCuen in a statement. 




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