PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Police have delivered trespass warnings to 15 Brunswick High School students who filmed violent videos at locations including the former Brunswick Naval Air Station in Maine.
Police Chief Richard Rizzo reviewed videos produced at the former base, the town library and other locations. He said he’s worried that someone will see the filmmakers with realistic-looking weapons and dial 911, prompting a confrontation with officers with real guns.
The Maine Sunday Telegram (http://bit.ly/Ugl41Y) detailed the violent videos, complete with camouflage heroes, fake muzzle flashes and pretend blood. It says USN Films of Brunswick has received more than 8 million YouTube views.
The students were given trespass warnings Friday. School Superintendent Paul Perzanoski says no disciplinary action was taken because there’s no evidence that the students violated school rules.