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11 arrested after brawls at Stockton's Bear Creek High School football game

Multiple people were charged with resisting arrest after fights broke out at a Stockton football game.

STOCKTON, Calif. — Update: September 14, 2019

Police arrested 11 people after a multiple brawls broke out after a high school football game in Stockton.

Officers had tried breaking up the fights at Bear Creek High School, and multiple suspects arrested for resisting arrest.

Arrested were:

  • Jharauntae Greer, 18
  • Danielle Jackson, 26
  • Herman Campbell, 42
  • Three 17-year-old males
  • Three 16-year-old males
  • One 16-year-old female 
  • One 15-year-old male

Original story:

Stockton police say they have made several arrests following fights breaking out after a Bear Creek High School football game.

Police currently have a large presence at the game due to the multiple fights that broke out.

They are asking people to avoid the area.

This is a developing story and more information will be provided once it becomes available.


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