Upstate school district enforcing policy about bags at football games

Upstate school district enforcing policy about bags at football games
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POWER HIS HOME AFTER THE WINDS FROM IRMA KNOCKED OUT HIS ELECTRICITY. HIS NAME HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED. MICHAEL: THE THRILL OF A FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL TOUCHDOWN CARRIES rtON, DESPITE A TENSE SITUATION LAST WEEK. THIS, AFTER AUTHORITIES SAY A BELLIGERENT MAN BROUGHT A GUN INTO A LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM. CAROL: NOW, GREENVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS SAY THEY’RE TIGHTENING UP THEIR SECURITY POLICY.rt WYFF’S MADELEINE HACKETT JOINS US FROM ONE STADIUM EXPECTING A HUGE CROWD AND STRICT SECURITY.rt MADELEINE: IN A LITTLE OVER AN HOUR FANS WILL BE PACKING THESE rtBLEACHERS TO WATCH A RIVALRY GAME UNDER THE FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. SOME WILL BE ROOTING FOR GREENVILLE, OTHERS, FOR JL MANN. THE COMMON DENOMINATOR NO ONE WILL BE rtCARRYING ONE OF THESE. A NO BACK PACKS OR LARGE BAG RULE HAS BEEN A COUNTY WIDE POLICY FOR YEARS NOW, BUT WAS RECENTLY BROUGHT BACK TO LIGHT JUST LAST WEEK, AFTER AUTHORITIES SAY A MAN BROUGHT A GUN INTO THE EAST SIDE HIGH SCrtHOOL FOOTBALL GAME. ACCORDING TO GREENVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL SPOKESPERSON BETH BROTHERTON, THE GUN WAS FOUND IN THE BAG OF A MAN DESCRIBED AS HOMELESS, WHO WAS ACTING BELLIGERENTLY.rt BROTHERTON SAYS WHILE INCIDENT LIKE THIS ARE NEVER WELCOMED, IT DOES ALLOW ADMINISTRATORS TO STOP, PAUSE AND rtASK IF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM IS DOING ENOUGH TO KEEP STUDENTS SAFE. IT WAS A GOOD CASE SCENARIO, A GOODrt TEST CASE. THIS WAS A PERSON WHO CAME IN, DID NOT INTEND ANY HARM, AND WAS REMOVED BEFORE ANY HARM COULD OCCUR. BUT AT THE SAME TIME IT ALLOWED US TO SAY, WOW THERE MAY BE A rtCOUPLE OF HOLE HERE THAT WE NEED TO CONTINUE TO FILL, AND LET’S JUST BE ON HIGHER ALERT. MADELEINE: AUTHORITIES SAY THErt MAN WITH THE GUN DID NOT THREATEN OR PULL IT ON ANYON HOWEVER BROTHERTON SAYS HE CAME LATE INTO THE 4TH QUARTER.rt THAT REMINDS EVERYONE TO MAN THOSE GATES DILIGENTLY. AS YOU CAN HEAR THE MUSIC IS GOING.

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