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Police arrest 2 referees at high school game


October 14, 2013
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Police arrest 2 referees at high school game

The refs were each charged with one count of Public Intimidation for trying to throw cops out of the game

WWLTV

COVINGTON, La. — Two referees arrested during last night's St. Paul's vs. Mandeville game in Covington have now bonded out of the St. Tammany Parish Jail.

55-year-old Christopher Gambino of River Ridge and 54-year-old James Radcliffe of Metairie are both charged with one count of Public Intimidation for their involvement in an argument with Covington Police Officers during the third quarter of the game.

According to Covington Police, the lead official then tried to throw an officer out of the game. Shortly afterwards, the two officials were taken away in a Covington Police squad car and booked into the St. Tammany Parish Jail.

Full Story: Police: Two referees arrested at Mandeville-St. Paul's game





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