School police investigating incident at Northwestern-Patterson baseball game

April 12, 2011

An incident during Monday's Northwestern at Patterson baseball game is being investigated by school police.

"An altercation did occur," said Patterson athletic director Bill Buckless. "I can't comment on it. I wasn't there. But I am gathering written reports from witnesses."

Buckless said school police — officers are assigned to each school — are collecting information "and investigating what happened and who was at fault."

Northwestern athletic director Jerry Molyneaux did not return messages and Baltimore City coordinator of athletics Bob Wade referred questions about the incident to city schools spokeswoman Edie House-Foster, who had left for the day when her office was contacted.

"I can't speak for what Northwestern is doing," Buckless said. "But the police here are investigating and a report will be sent to Mr. Wade at the Baltimore City office of athletics. I'd think it would be there very soon ... and some kind of discipline will be handed out."

Sandra McKee

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