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Crime Several arrests made after large fight at Terry HS in Rosenberg

00:25  13 november  2019
00:25  13 november  2019 Source:

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The Shoppes at Buckland Hills is closed Monday night after police say several fights broke out between teenagers.

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Several arrests were made Tuesday after a large fight broke out inside Terry High School, Rosenberg police confirm.

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Air 11 flew over the school after KHOU 11 received multiple calls from parents who were concerned about what was going on.

Videos shared on social media show what appears to be several Terry High School students fighting in the hallways.

Police did not say if any students were seriously injured in the fight but did confirm no weapons were used.

Police said they are going through video to piece together what happened.

Lamar Consolidated Independent School District sent an email to parents stating they were holding students in their 6th period classrooms until dismissal due to a student fight.

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At least a dozen students were arrested following a large fight at John Overton High School in Nashville.

People say police need to make more arrests in a community riddled with gang violence. “It doesn't make any sense though because police need to do something about this because somebody is going to lose their life.” She says death is always a possibility for those left behind when police clear the scene.

We have a crew at the scene gathering more information.

Check back for updates.


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