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Woman attacks referee after team loses basketball game

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Woman attacks referee after team loses basketball game

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Woman attacks referee after team loses basketball game
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12450/7290122?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Tue, 13 Mar 2018 00:30:50 +0000 Woman attacks referee after team loses basketball game Woman attacks referee after team loses basketball game http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12450/7290122?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KHSL i'm lauren martinez. alan alan and i'm alan marsden. redding police are working to identify a woman who attacked a referee at a high school basketball game. boxes lauren lauren action news now reporter mario montalvo joins us from our redding bureau with details... mario? reporter live last week's cif state playoff game hosted by enterprise high school ... against oakland high vo enterprise high school won the game 67 to 63. that win apparently upset one parent from the visiting teamwho blamed the referee for the loss. as you can see in this video here, the woman then charged at the referee after the game and kicked her lower legs sot full by some parents, by some admin and our security guard who was actually not on duty at the time but attending the game. and she was taken away from the scene by family and other members of her vo the referee suffered minor injuries and did not require medical attention. campus resource officer kevin kimple says they take all incidents of violence very seriously and they're working to identify the attacker. redding police have not yet reached out to oakland police to assist them in this case. but kimple says they're hoping oakland high school administrators can i-d the woman in the video. reporter live california law provides harsher penalties for assaults on educators or sports officials. if charged, the woman could face up to a year in prison, up to a two-thousand dollars fine or both. in redding, mario montalvo, action news now.





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