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Topic - Sean Mclaurin
Melissa Jaramillo didn't hear a bang, nor did she see the person holding the gun. But she does remember what it feels like to be shot.
Stafford, Va., resident Sean McLaurin said he has refereed games at the park for roughly a decade.
He said he wasn't at the park Sunday but has heard gunshots during other games.