nfl attempting to shed light on alleged laser pointer at buffalo bills game in detroit
The NFL tried to clarify who fired a laser indicator at the Buffalo Bill player at the Detroit Ford Stadium last weekend.
League spokesman Michael Sinola said Tuesday the NFL is investigating Bill\'s complaint and is trying to identify the person responsible.
Quarterback Kyle Orton and holder Colton Schmidt said they targeted them with a laser at the age of 17 in Buffalo --
Win the Lions on Sunday.
The coalition will share the findings with the police, the wife said.
All four North American professional sports leagues prohibit the use of laser indicators in their facilities.
Fans who have been caught using them can be deported, may be arrested and face the possibility of being banned from entering the facility for any future event.
Detroit police spokesman
Generally speaking, laser pointers and their use are not illegal, says Michael Woody.
He said that any criminal case will depend on how the pointer is used and whether any damage is caused.
Some billing fans and others posted news about the incident on social networks, who thought they identified the responsible person after sharing a Twitter screenshot of what had happened.
Twitter account has been deactivated.
\"When I got Kyle Orton with a laser, he complained to the referee,\" according to the cached version of Google-hosted Twitter page, one deleted the account @ MarkoBeslach
It is not clear whether the person who posted the tweet was involved in any way or used the real name.
The public records search did not immediately find a record named Marko Beslach.
Fans launched a campaign on Facebook on Monday to ban people associated with the account from participating in NFL games.
The campaign attracted nearly 2,000 people as of Tuesday morning.
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The Bills followed the NFL agreement during the race to report the use of the laser indicator to security officials.
On Sunday night, the Lions said in a statement that security officials could not identify people using lasers.
On Monday, Bill Coach Doug Malone said he would leave the issue to the team\'s president, Lars Branden, and the league.
\"I think the alliance will do its job well,\" Marrone said . \" He pointed out that he had never been involved in the race to use the laser pointer.
\"Obviously, this will be a problem that has to be addressed.
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Detroit\'s organization and news writer Jeff caroub has contributed to the report.