Authorities To Seek Charges After Colorado Party
When officers asked a party of 800 people to disperse, they threw objects at officers, shot off fireworks and even flipped over a car.
Three police officers are injured after they were attacked by partygoers near the University of Colorado in Boulder.
Police responded to a party of about 800 people yesterday. When officers told them to leave disperse, the crowd got violent. They threw objects at officers, shot off fireworks and even flipped over a car.
No arrests were made at the scene but officers are reviewing footage from body cameras and witnesses to identify suspects.
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