WSU Police Chief Squelches Rumors About Prep Game Incident

The Detroit News reports the disturbance that took place Saturday night during the third quarter of the Detroit Cass Tech-Birmingham Brother Rice game at Wayne State University was gang-related and had nothing to do with either school, according to campus police.

Despite rumors to the contrary, Tony Holt, chief of police for Wayne State, said there were no gunshots and no guns were found, Tom Markowski reports.

Holt said a fight broke out near the entrance to Tom Adams Football Field. A hundred or so fans were seen running away from the scene, raising concerns of many of the estimated 8,000 in attendance.

Holt says there was no gunplay and no gun was found.

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