Neighbors tired of parties thrown at local charter school
SOUTH BEND, Ind. --- South Bend Police said officers responded to what they called a large crowd fight at a party thrown inside of a local charter school.
Neighbors said parties thrown at the Xavier School of Excellence is becoming a norm.
However, a party called "Drip Fest Pt. 2" ended with several police units on scene for a fight that occurred inside of the party.
Police said there were two off duty officers from Roseland Police Department, working the party, who called SBPD for assistance due to the fight and to help with crowd control.
Several fights then broke out in the parking lot, according to police.
SBPD said no arrests were made, as the fights were broken up before officers arrived to the scene. The officers role, according to SBPD, was to move people along.
ABC 57 News reached out to the Xavier School of Excellence about the party, which provided this statement Monday morning: