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Dozens of Fort Collins police respond to party

By: Associated Press
April 13, 2014 Updated: April 13, 2014 at 11:11 am
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FORT COLLINS — Police responding to a report that a party had gotten too big were met by rocks and bottles thrown toward officers and some people jumping on cars.

Fort Collins Police Services spokesman Lt. Jeremy Yonce says officers were called to the home southwest of the Colorado State University campus just after midnight Sunday. The Fort Collins Coloradoan (http://noconow.co/1en7l78 ) reported Sunday that the host called police after some 200 people showed up at the party.

About 25 police units from Fort Collins and campus police responded to disperse the crowd. No citations were immediately issued though Yonce says additional investigation is still possible.

No injuries were immediately reported.

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