One man is in critical condition and another man is in custody after gunfire erupted during a junior varsity football game in Texas, WFAA reported.
Fighting broke out between two men during the Thursday night game at Hebron High School. Police said no students were involved, the television station reported.
Hebron was played Nimitz High School’s JV squad when the two men began arguing during the third quarter.
***JUST IN***— Matt Howerton (@HowertonNews) September 28, 2018
Chief Miller of Carrollton PD says victim shot at JV football game is in his 30’s and shooter is in his 40’s.
Says both men are African American and the victim is currently in critical condition at Plano Presbyterian. @wfaa pic.twitter.com/BFgC9pWeiM
The men agreed to take their dispute to the parking lot. When they reached the ticket booths at the stadium, one man pulled out a gun and shot the other, KXAS reported.
The shooter was arrested and identified as a 47-year-old black male from Carrollton, WFAA reported. The victim, a black male in his 30s, was taken to a hospital and was in critical condition, the television station reported.
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