Four men who attended the July 11 Gloucester County School Board meeting while armed, resulting in a roughly two-hour lockdown, were arrested Friday and charged with possession of firearms on school property.
Trevor Herrin, 28, of Williamsburg; Derek Coblentz, 32, of Prospect; Christopher Cordasco, 26, of Williamsburg, and Antonio Hernandez, 27, of Fishersville, were charged with possession of a firearm on school grounds, a Class 6 felony, stemming from the incident in the T.C. Walker Education Center auditorium. Additionally, Herrin was charged with unlawful possession of a concealed firearm, a Class 1 misdemeanor.
According to a statement issued Friday afternoon by the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office, a GCSO deputy was on duty, in uniform, displaying his badge of authority and working an assignment providing security at the meeting in the auditorium.
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