Police: Possible mass shooting averted at Tarrant County high school


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The Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office says it was two 18 year olds who were on their way to Everman High School’s football game, with a loaded gun. A tip could have prevented a mass shooting.

Everman police say a tip was reported to a Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office deputy about someone plotting to shoot multiple people at the game. That was then relayed to officers already working security.

When the suspect arrived, police found an AR-15 pistol in their vehicle. The weapon was loaded with 60 rounds of ammunition. 18 year old Brandon Gipson and 18-year-old Isaac Cooper were arrested and charged with unlawful carrying of a firearm in prohibited places.

A juvenile was also with them. That child was later released to his or her parents.

Police say one of the men wanted to “settle a score” and drove to the game with the gun to end the dispute.

The stadium was packed and police say the gun fire could have been catastrophic.

They say this incident shows the importance to remember, if you see or hear anything, say something.

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