Speech to Text for Altercation after Ole Miss game at The Lyric Oxford
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information, another game day incident in oxford, this time at the lyric. now, residents are speaking out. wtva's xavier harris joins us live with what we know. i spoke with one resident who says sometimes incidents will just happen. meanwhile, the manager of the lyric says their establishment wasn'tthe only place on the square that had an altercation. nip it in the bud immediately ." cameron evans/resident (pkg was fine) "i don't want it to but it can happen anywhere, i just have to stay prepared because you never know what's going happen on a day." an altercation at the lyric that have police looking for answers and residents wanting action. madison heiser/resident "i think they defiantly need to deal with any problems and provide a safe environment for people to go and watch music and provide a venue for their community to enjoy the arts without anyone feeling troubled or problematic or scared to be there and enjoy it." to help with that issue the city issued an ordinance that would require any restaurant in the square that served alcohol to obtain id scanners for security purposes, this after a shooting at the lyric back in april that left one person wounded. hildon sessums/oxford police department "we're just trying to look out for the businesses and look out for the patrons that are going out on the square at night we're not asking too much but we believe the businesses should be good stewart's of their patrons and do stuff to insure their safety." stand up xavier harris/reporting i did get a chance to speak with the manager here at the lyric in oxford and she did not want to go on camera but she did confirm with me there was ab altercation saturday night and she says they immediately stop the party and they are making sure they are doing everything in their power to make sure it doesn't happen again. jack essenberg/resident "i think at any sort of live performance venue there's bound to be some sort of issue or altercations that occur especially one of that size but if any of that stuff happens they have to have the precautions that can just nip it in the bud immediately." police are encouraging residents withany information regarding this altercation to call them. live in in oxford xavier harris wtva nine news. law enforcement in