Police Respond to Fights at Two Omaha Schools
Omaha, NE- Omaha police officers responded to two fights at Omaha schools Wednesday afternoon. One was at Central High, the other was at North High; both happened around 2:40 p.m.
At Central High, staff and the school resource officer resolved the dispute between two students.
At North High, police say a crowd continued to form even after they arrived, before it eventually dispersed. Police arrested four people for disorderly conduct, inciting a riot, and failure to disperse.