Police break up college coronavirus party, fire non-lethal rounds into crowd

March 14, 2020 / 2.1K views

Cops showed up to bust a party at the University of Dayton. The officers were using some non-lethal rounds to disperse the crowd. Some news outlets reported that students were rioting, but it was probably more like a really big party.

NY Post reported:

Students at the University of Dayton in Ohio broke out into a riot after the school announced the suspension of classes and on-campus housing amid concerns about the coronavirus outbreak, according to reports.

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Police from several agencies responded to the university after a report that a crowd of over 1,000 people had congregated Tuesday night and refused to disperse, the Dayton Daily News reported.

“A large disorderly crowd that grew to more than 1,000 people gathered on Lowes Street starting around 11 p.m., throwing objects and bottles in the street and at police, and jumping on cars,” the school said in a statement.

“Police gave verbal orders to disperse which were ignored. Police initially launched pepper balls, which contain powder with an irritant that disperses quickly, that were unsuccessful in reducing the crowd size.


Source: nypost / Last Edited by: Frank the Tank

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