HENDERSON (FOX5) -- Police responding to a fight Friday night at Foothill High School deployed pepper spray in an effort to disperse a crowd.

During a football game, two girls got into a fight, according to Clark County School District Police Sgt. Bryan Zink.


Police activity at Foothill High School, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019.

The two girls were taken into custody, Zink said, but as police were trying to get them away from the crowd, the crowd closed in on them. Police deployed pepper spray in an effort to disperse the crowd.

The girls were cited and released to school staff, Zink said. No one was injured during the incident, and no weapons were involved.

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Youth are now becoming savage animals.


Did kids not fight back in your day?

Silly comment from a silly old shart!


What race would move in on the cops? Easy answer. Should have shot the real stuff instead of pepper spray


Trump is that you?

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