yesterday when she noticed a man whom she had seen at the hospital earlier walking toward her with a sawed off shotgun.
"He was coming toward me with this shotgun pointed toward me. When I saw him I stopped so he wouldn't think I was going to try anything. Gantt said when she saw that he was armed she drew her pistol and ordered him to lay the shotgun on the floor. Gantt and Miss Malone continued to talk to the man while Ms. "That shotgun was loaded and cocked," Miss Malone said. He kept telling them he would shoot me, but he told me he wouldn't.
Our school rules and procedures are designed to ensure that every student have equal access to the curriculum and leave East prepared academically for the 21st Century." [posted August 17, 2008] The Commercial Appeal Friday, April 11, 1980 A man who was upset apparently because he was refused admittance to Memphis Veterans Hospital late Wednesday returned to the hospital about an hour later and took a hospital policeman hostage for several minutes before surrendering to police.
Chief Inspector Tom Marshall, Uniform Patrol Commander, credited the coolness of Patrolmen Patricia Lovett and Georgia Gantt and hospital policeman Kathryn Malone ['68] with preventing serious injury to persons inside the hospital.
He's reinstituted pep rallies, a school band and majorettes. He even offered free frozen yogurt in the school cafeteria one day. If 800 parents attend open house next week, the students will be rewarded with a dance.
While some students are trying to convince Winston to ease up on a few of the rules, many parents and some students say they fully support the principal's efforts.
" "I was looking for him," said Icy Mae Franklin... She said the suspects had been threatening his 20-year-old sister.
When the suspects saw her and two cousins in the parking lot, a fight broke out...
The man was arrested after he voluntarily lowered a shotgun he had been pointing at the head of the security officer, Kathryn A. Officer Gantt said she spotted the suspect standing near the guard with his shotgun pointed toward the floor.
Police who were at the basketball game at East for security were escorting the visiting team out following the game when a scuffle broke out...
While that was happening, a second fight broke out, and when police went to quell that disturbance, they heard four or five shots ring out... He leaves his mother and father, Barbara Sutherland and Henry Sutherland; two brothers, Terrell Sutherland and Henry Sutherland Jr., all of Memphis; his grandparents, Elese Dorsey, Margie Sutherland and Shed Sutherland, and his great-grandmothers, Lucinda Randall of Camden, Miss., and Irene Mc Morris of Alabama.
Many have begun wearing their stud earrings on their shirt tails or sleeves during school.
About 50 parents trying to reorganize the East High Booster Club recently backed Winston's efforts.