Additional teens charged in Spring Valley High School football game fight
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - Wednesday RCSD announced the arrest of two more teens in relation to the fight at the Spring Valley - Ridge View football game. Two 17-year-old students at Spring Valley High have been charged with affray and released to their parents.
These arrests bring the total number of people charged to seven.
Tuesday afternoon RCSD said two more teens have been charged in relation to the fight that shut down the Spring Valley - Ridge View football game Friday.
Two 14-year-olds from Spring Valley High School were charged with affray Monday and released to their parents. Investigators said witnesses and camera footage are being used to help identify participants.
The Richland County Sheriff’s Department said three juveniles have been charged in connection with a fight at a high school football game.
On Friday, Sept. 9, deputies intervened at Spring Valley High School during the Ridge View - Spring Valley football game. Deputies were providing security at the game when a fight broke out in the concession stands with a large number of people.
Additional deputies arrived to assist with crowd control. Investigators said most of the crowd dispersed but one juvenile continued to assault other people and was tased.
RCSD said the game was ended and there is no evidence of any gunshots being fired. Three 17-year-olds are charged with affray and released to their parents. None of them were students of Richland Two schools.
Investigators said the three teens will not be allowed onto any Richland Two school property in the future.
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