UPDATE: 29 people arrested in fight on Fremont Street after MLK parade

Las Vegas police have confirmed there was an incident after the Martin Luther King Jr. parade in Las Vegas on Fremont Street.

Police said the incident happened around 4 p.m. where around 100 people were involved in a fight. Six adults and 23 juveniles were arrested. Originally police said eight were detained. 

Video shows police officers and hotel-casino security running towards whatever is happening. Another video, both of which were posted by 13 Action News reporter Joe Bartels, show officers over a person on the ground. A third video shows quite a few police cars near Fremont Street.
 


Thousands attend the parade each year, which is one of the biggest parades in remembrance of Martin Luther King, Jr. in the country.

 

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