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Published October 13, 2010, 07:50 PM

St. Paul Police Arrest Teens in Football Brawl

St. Paul police have arrested six teenagers in last month's brawl at a high school football game and the robbery of a clerk at a nearby gas station.

By: Associated Press,

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — St. Paul police have arrested six teenagers in last month's brawl at a high school football game and the robbery of a clerk at a nearby gas station.

The suspects range from 14 to 17 years old and were arrested on charges including aggravated robbery, third-degree riot and theft.

The fights broke out Sept. 30 at Central High School during a homecoming game against Como High School.

Police say one suspect is accused of robbing the clerk at a gas station. Meanwhile, about 20 other juveniles were shoplifting from the gas station.

Police say the remaining suspects were arrested for the gas station thefts as well as for fights that broke out during the football game inside James Griffin Stadium and after the game in streets outside the stadium.

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