Today in News Media bias
Jews are blamed
Finally, a conspiracy I can subscribe to!
Today’s inspirational message
More tales from the school-to-prison pipeline
School’s out for summer!
It’s a festival! Try to have a good time for chrissakes!
Both Friday and Saturday night, officials said there fights broke out in the middle of the annual Sun Prairie sweet corn festival.
Friday night, police said two female juveniles were fighting. As they were fighting, a total of 40 kids were screaming profanities and shouting, but officers were able to remove them from Angell Park.
Then Saturday night, police said an 18-year-old male and a juvenile male started to fight. A juvenile female also got involved. Once they were removed from the park, police said they were disruptive at a nearby McDonalds. Police then made several arrests while attempting to remove the group of 50 kids from the parking lot.
By the end of the night, police said three juveniles were arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, and one female juvenile was arrested for trespassing and resisting arrest.
Officers said they heightened security adding four additional officers, totaling nine officers at the park. More here.
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