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At least 5 arrests made in fights involving ‘over 200 juveniles’ at the Orbit Fun Center

Police say between five and 10 arrests have been made in connection to the outbreak of fights Sunday night at the Orbit Fun Center.

Eight agencies responded to the signal 99 call for officer assistance issued by Huber Heights police, said Sgt. Brian Carr of the Huber Heights Police Division.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Dayton, Vandalia, Moraine, Trotwood, Brookville and Five Rivers Metro Parks rangers, were the other agencies to respond.

The cause of the fights has not been given.

UPDATE @ 6:56 a.m.:

Huber Heights officers called for assistance after responding to a report of a fight and finding a crowd of “over 200 juveniles” in the parking lot of the Orbit Fun Center, according to a press release. 

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Police said that officers responded to the report at 11:24 p.m. Sunday, and found the huge crowd and several fights taking place. 

Officers tried to break up the fights, the release said, but were unsuccessful, so sent out a countywide call for assistance. 

Patrols from several agencies responded to help, and officers successfully stopped the fighting. 

According to the release, there were no injuries and several arrests were made. 

INITIAL REPORT:

Police called for the assistance of any available crews after receiving reports of multiple large fights at a skating rink on Nebraska Avenue, according to initial reports.

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Crews are responding to the Orbit Fun Center for reports of multiple fights.

They are working to gain crowd control at the scene.

We are working to learn more about what may have caused these fights.

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