Black teens fundraising for football team held at gunpoint by white woman: Police

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Four black teenagers in Arkansas were forced to the ground and held at gunpoint by a white woman as they were trying to fundraise for their football team, police and school officials said.

The teenage boys, ages 15 and 16, were going door-to-door on the morning of Aug. 7 in the town of Wynne selling discount cards to raise money for the team’s meal fund, which pays for food before and after their games, Carl Easley, Wynne School District Superintendent, told ABC News Friday.

Their efforts took a frightening turn when they approached the house of Jerri Kelly, who is white, according to Easley and Wynne police.

Officers received a call about “suspicious persons” and, upon arriving at the scene, found the boys on the ground with a wom

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