At least four people are facing charges for "disturbing the peace" after cheering for family members at a recent high school graduation ceremony in Mississippi. 

Shepard Smith reported that the Senatobia Municipal School District Superintendent Jay Foster asked the crowd not to cheer and to hold their applause until the end of the ceremony.

But four people didn't follow Foster's instructions and were asked to leave Senatobia High School's graduation ceremony. 

Police at Northwest Mississippi Community College, where the ceremony was held, filed "disturbing the peace" charges against those individuals. Officers issued warrants for their arrests with a possible $500 bond, Smith said.  

The four people are expected in court on June 9. 

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