1. A video taken Saturday night shows a police officer slamming into a female University Of Arizona student.
3. The university’s newspaper, The Daily Wildcat, livetweeted the Tucson Police Department’s attempt to break up the crowds.
6. Students began throwing beer bottles and firecrackers at the police as they moved in on the crowd of students.
7. According to a Tucson Police Department spokesperson, officers fired pepper balls into the crowd in an attempt to break up the unruly crowds.
8. By the end of the night 15 misdemeanor arrests were made, and 14 of those individuals were cited and released.
9. More than a dozen people were charged with offenses including unlawful assembly, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.
10. According to The Arizona Star, the only reported damage from the night was a knocked over street sign.
11. Tucson police are investigating the incident involving the video of the girl getting pushed, but told KVOA Tucson that things went well for the most part on Saturday night.
12. According to Deadspin, students are planning on filing lawsuits against the Tucson Police Department over the amount of force used.
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