Sunday, November 29, 2020
Sunday, November 29, 2020

Incident Outside of Cosby Trial Prompts Massive Response from Police and Sheriffs

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Reporters started entering the courtroom just after an hour-long lunch break but soon found themselves running back outside after nearly one-dozen Montgomery County Sheriffs stormed up the hallway and down the steps.

Photographers immediately took to their cameras and reporters dashed behind the sheriffs to see what was happening and where they were going.

One female sheriff did slip and hit a wall while running outside, but she did not appear to have any injuries as a result.

According to sources, police were responding to reports of a woman outside of the courthouse with a firearm.

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The woman was subsequently arrested.

It does not appear that the incident was in any way related to the Cosby trial. We are working to gather additional information on the incident from police.

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