LAPD Disperses Unruly Crowd; No Arrests Made

The crowd obeyed demands by authorities to disperse

By Brandon Lowrey
|  Thursday, Oct 10, 2013  |  Updated 7:05 AM PDT
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LAPD Disperses Unruly Crowd; No Arrests Made

LAPD officers disperse an unruly crowd outside a club at the intersection of Ave. 24 and Broadway in Lincoln Heights on Wednesday night, Oct. 9, 2013.

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Police dispersed an unruly crowd outside a club at the intersection of Avenue 24 and Broadway in Lincoln Heights on Wednesday night.

Los Angeles Police Department officers were dispatched to The Airliner about 10:10 p.m. A security guard at the club turned away a group during a live show and a crowd began trying to force its way in.

Police officers formed a line and began walking toward the crowd, which eventually dispersed. No arrests were made, and no one was injured, according to a watch commander at the LAPD Hollenbeck Station.

Streets in the area remained closed after the altercation.

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