Officer Assaulted During 100-Person Campus Brawl
ORANGEBURG, N.Y. — Four Dominican College students were arrested during a large fight on campus Monday. A police officer was also assaulted during the incident.
The fight reportedly erupted when a dispute between students got out of hand, Lohud.com reports. By the time officers arrived, the incident had grown to include more than 100 people.
During the brawl, Stephanie Paniagua, 18, allegedly struck an Orangetown officer while he was attempting to arrest one of the other suspects.
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