Alleged gunman charged in high school football game shooting

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No clarification has been given on if the game will be finished, however we can confirm that no students from either team were injured in the shooting, authorities have also said they have found thew weapon, but no suspect has been charged. He's being charged with three counts of attempted murder, unlawful possession of a weapon, and possession of a weapon for an unlawful goal. "Our community will not be held hostage by a few idiots intent on jeopardizing our safety and the safety of our children", Tyner said.

Three other men face weapons charges, and a fourth faces weapons and eluding charges.

Officials in Atlantic County say the shots were fired during the third quarter of a state playoff game between Pleasantville High School and Camden High School.

Ibn Abdula was targeted by a group of other men from Atlantic City and Pleasantville who are facing charges after Abdula and two bystander kids - a 10-year-old and 15-year-old were hit.

A 10-year-old shooting victim is in critical condition and a 15-year old male suffered a graze wound and was treated at the hospital and released.

Michael Mack, 27, Tyrell Dorn, 28, Shahid Dixon, 27, all of Atlantic City and Vance Golden, 26, of Pleasantville have been charged with unlawful possession of a weapon and certain persons not to possess a weapon.

Earlier reports from local media had said an unidentified woman was carried out the stands on a stretcher and onto the field by paramedics while they waited for another ambulance to arrive.

The adult victim, Ibn Abdullah, was also reportedly charged with gun possession.

The brazen shooting, which took place at the Pleasantville High School football field during a game against Camden High School, was caught on video.

Pleasantville Mayor Jesse L. Tweedle Sr., left and Pleasantville Police Chief Sean Riggin hold a news conference after a shooting that occurred during a football game at Pleasantville High School in Pleasantville, N.J., on November 15, 2019.

The stands in Pleasantville, near Atlantic City, were packed Friday night to watch the Greyhounds, which won its first division title in 43 years this season. "But I just want everybody to know that we are going... to get to the bottom of this". "We wanted to get somewhere safe inside the school, so we all ran up here, ran through the fence and then went through here".

"Grateful for our first responders".

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