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Mother and son were arrested after fighting at a Cumberland County high school graduation; loaded guns were found

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Word On The Curb… a mother and her son, along with another individual, found themselves in hot water at a Fayetteville high school graduation shindig. Picture this: loaded handguns discovered in the mix! The whole shebang went down at the Crown Complex post-Alger B. Wilkins High School’s cap-tossing extravaganza.

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office swooped in around 9 am on a Tuesday in response to a ruckus at the parking lot. Upon arrival, they found not one but two loaded handguns, leading to the arrest of three individuals. Among the trio were 20-year-old Elijah Kejuan Council, his dear ol’ mom, 42-year-old Evetta Council, and a third character, 44-year-old Kasiem Randall.

20-year-old Elijah Kejuan Council, and his dear mom, 42-year-old Evetta Council, arrested.
20-year-old Elijah Kejuan Council, and his dear mom, 42-year-old Evetta Council, arrested.

Elijah got slapped with a disorderly conduct charge, while his mama, Latoya, faced the music for disorderly conduct and toting a weapon on school grounds. The dynamic duo managed to wiggle out on bond, but the third musketeer, Kasiem, wasn’t as lucky.

44-year-old Kasiem Randall
44-year-old Kasiem Randall

He got hit with a laundry list of charges, including weapon possession on school property, roughing up a law enforcement officer, and giving the cold shoulder to a public officer. 

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