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Shots Fired At A High School After Game

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Deputies are looking into reports on Saturday that a gun was fired at Erwin High School’s Friday night football game in Buncombe County. Deputies are looking into reports on Saturday that a gun was fired at Erwin High School’s Friday night football game in Buncombe County.
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Deputies are looking into reports on Saturday that a gun was fired at Erwin High School’s Friday night football game in Buncombe County.

The Erwin High Warriors had just defeated the Madison High Patriots 55-27 for a fourth win this season when the gun fire was reported.

According to reports released by the Sheriff’s Office, the firearm was discharged around the time that a fight erupted between two individuals just after 10 p.m.

Buncombe County Sheriff’s Public Information Officer, Natalie Bailey, mentioned in a report that no one was hurt as a result of the shots being fired and that the case is still being investigated.

This is in addition to the eight arrests that were made earlier this week at the high school. Anyone with information regarding Friday night's altercation at Erwin is encouraged to call the Buncombe County Sheriff's Office.

September 11, 2013 
Fred Cunningham


Eight people have been charged by sheriff’s deputies after a fight at Erwin High School that sent two teachers to a hospital.

Isael Delgado, 19, and Dequawn Daniels, 18, were charged with disorderly conduct by the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office after the fight on Tuesday.

Six other students – all minors – were also charged with disorderly conduct.

Three teachers were involved in breaking up the fight. Two required treatment for minor injuries at Urgent Care.

A third teacher declined treatment.

The Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office will be providing extra personnel at Erwin High School for the next few days as their investigation continues.

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