Hermitage High School – According to an online source, the Henrico Police Department is actively hunting for a man who evaded their custody while handcuffed after being arrested. A command centre has been established by the authorities at Hermitage high school Located at 8301 Hungary Spring Rd, Henrico, VA 23228, United States. Multiple police officers are seen at the Hermitage High School area and Parham Rd. Additional details will be released by the authorities.
About Hermitage High School
Hermitage High School is a public institution that may be found in the West End of unincorporated Henrico County, Virginia, in the United States of America. The panther serves as the Hermitage High School’s official mascot. The sporting facilities at Hermitage High School include a football stadium made of concrete and a track made of rubber grass. Hermitage High School first opened its doors in 1936 under the name Glen Allen High School.
Back then, the school was situated in the area that is now occupied by the Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center, which is accessible via Mountain Road. It wasn’t until 1951 that the structure that is presently home to George H. Moody Middle School got its start as Hermitage High School. The current iteration of Hermitage High School may be found in the Brookland District and did not open its doors until 1972.
Related News – Shots fired in the area adjacent to Hermitage High School moments after a football game
An investigation is now underway by the Henrico County Police Department into a shooting that took place close to Hermitage High School on Friday night after a football game. The incident took place a few minutes before 11 o’clock at night. Officers report seeing fights break out in the parking lot after the game while they were directing traffic and tried to clear it out.
After that, the officers claim that they heard gunshots being fired in the neighboring area. There were no reports of anyone being hurt, nor were any vehicles damaged. Please contact the Henrico Police Department at (804) 501-5000 or Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000 if you have any information on this occurrence.
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