Possible shooting at Texas high school game prevented by good Samaritan | Dan Abrams Live
The Tarrant County Sheriff`s Office got a tip they considered a credible threat to a Texas high school homecoming football game. It was described as someone "with the intent of utilizing a firearm which he had obtained earlier." An alert good Samaritan reported that someone with a gun was going to the high school with the intent of causing violence. Within 43 minutes, authorities stopped the suspect`s car as it neared the stadium`s entrance. Sheriff Bill Waybourn discusses red flags people should watch out for to possibly help avert tragedies.
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