Brawl at Waterford carnival leads to multiple injuries, arrest
Waterford — A brawl at a Waterford carnival left multiple people injured and one person under arrest Saturday evening, according to police.
The fight broke out between a group of people at the carnival, which was held in a parking lot near Walmart at 155 Parkway North. Police responded about 8:44 p.m. and one officer deployed pepper spray. Multiple people received treatment at the scene for injuries sustained by the pepper spray, according to the Waterford Police Department.
A juvenile, whose name and exact age weren't released by police, was arrested in connection to the fight and charged with third-degree assault, police said.
Two other people were taken to a nearby hospital and one person brought themselves to a hospital for treatment for injuries they sustained during the fight, police said.
The incident is under investigation, police said.
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