Season cancelled after shooting at little league game

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We've all heard of parents who get carried away while attending their kid's sporting events.

Bad parental behaviour hit a new low last week when a parent apparently fired into the car of another during a little league baseball game in California.

Vallejo Police Lt. Kenny Park told the San Francisco Chronicle that police were looking into the possibility that one or both of the men was a parent of a child at the game and that no arrests have been made

On Saturday, parents whose children participate in the North Vallejo Little League were expected to hold an emergency meeting to decide the next course of action.

The league announced Friday it had decided to suspend all remaining games in the season as a result of the shooting.

There are around 200 children in the league, and at least a dozen games will be cancelled. The league is currently in its 49th season.

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