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13 busted in Erie County after gang brawl is caught on video

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Several people are spending the holiday weekend in the Erie County Jail after an alleged gang-related brawl.

The Sandusky Register reports that police rounded up the 13 suspects after a late-night fight at the Fox Run Trail Apartments last weekend.

Police say one group was from Sandusky, the other from Detroit.

The video shows them going at with bottles, frying pans and knives. Fortunately, no one was seriously hurt.

Authorities arrested many of the suspects on Wednesday.  Charged in the crime are:

Shalon Shelton 19, Devonte Turner 19, Jason Kubits 19 and Jaterius Light. Also charged are nine teens aged 14 to 17.  Charges are still pending for six others.

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