Police Respond to Lunchtime Disturbance at Binghamton High School
Several Binghamton police officers were sent to the city high school after what was described as a "large fight" broke out.
The disturbance started around 12:15 p.m. Thursday on the west side of the school.
Police patrol vehicles and dozens of students filled Oak Street for a time. School safety personnel and police officers worked to quickly quell the dispute.
It was not clear what sparked the disturbance or how many people were involved.
One woman could be heard expressing her frustration to a police officer regarding ongoing problems involving some students at the school.
There were no reports of injuries or arrests as a result of the incident.
Police officers and school officials at the scene did not comment on the disturbance.
An officer at police headquarters said no information could be released for incidents under investigation.
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