After Shooting at Davidson High, Do We Need Metal Detectors at School?

NBC 15 Interviews Reginald Crenshaw


Mobile County School Board Member Reginald Crenshaw is talking about putting metal detectors at Davidson High School after a shooting Friday night.

Murphy and Blount High Schools used the Davidson Gym for a basketball game Friday night, and a shooting occurred after the game around 9 pm. Two people were injured in the shooting.

In the video below from NBC 15's Rachel Wilkerson, you will see School Board Member Reginald Crenshaw talk about the possibility of metal detectors at Davidson High School. 

 
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