Three men who were involved in the fight, including the head of the school’s football boosters program, told police that Sapp “was attempting to record the Richardson family and was under the bleachers.” They said they told Sapp he needed to leave and Sapp struck them with his camera.
The incident came on the same day that Brooke Skylar Richardson, 20, of Carlisle was sentenced to three years of community control and seven days in jail, which was credited as time served, after being convicted of abuse of corpse. In the high-profile trial, Richardson was accused of having a baby in secret, murdering her and burying her in the backyard in May 2017.
Richardson was acquitted on charges of aggravated murder, involuntary manslaughter and child endangering.
Richardson’s brother, Jackson, is a member of the Carlisle football team. The team hosted Oakwood on Friday.
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