WASD issues statement in wake of bombshell OAG search warrant release



The Williamsport Area School District issues damage control statement after the bombshell findings in the Office Of Attorney General unsealed search warrants.

To date, WAHS head principal has only ever apologized to the “male juvenile videographer” for being suspended two games.

Pardoe did so, according to the OAG unsealed search warrants in front of the mother of that child in their living room.

There is no documented or recorded record of any kind that Pardoe or detective Weber ever apologized to JOHN DOE #1 (who is black) or John Doe #2 (who is white) for the actions of the criminally charged in South Carolina, (male juvenile #1).

The WASD statement is below:

Statement Regarding Recent Misleading Reports on Myrtle Beach Incident

District Wide

October 01, 2021 | Community

Board meeting photo.

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (OCTOBER 1, 2021) — Following recent reports published this week, the Williamsport Area School District seeks to provide clarification on what has been publicly perceived as new developments in the Attorney General’s investigation of the 2018 Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, incident.

WASD wishes to emphasize that the investigation of the matter by the Office of Attorney General (OAG) was closed earlier this year after it determined insufficient evidence existed to justify any further action. The outcome of the investigation also was reported out through Lycoming County District Attorney Ryan Gardner’s office. References made to the case and its related search warrants in this week’s articles are not new and should not be misinterpreted as such.

WASD assisted and fully cooperated in the OAG’s investigation. The District stands by its position that it and its administrators followed all proper procedures and protocols to appropriately respond to the incident in question.

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