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Topic - Sherelle Roberts
Police in Lexington say a man broke into a store and called officers with a request to come get him.
Police reported numerous small fires and dozens of arrests near Kentucky's campus after the Wildcats defeated Kansas on Monday night to capture another NCAA title.
One man was wounded by gunfire early Tuesday in Lexington, numerous small fires were set and dozens were arrested as thousands celebrated Kentucky's win over Kansas to claim another NCAA title, authorities reported.
Police say doctors amputated the foot of a man who was shot in the leg during raucous celebrations in Lexington of Kentucky's NCAA basketball championship.
Doctors amputated the foot of a man shot during raucous street celebrations in Lexington after Kentucky won the NCAA basketball championship and police said Tuesday they were trying to find the shooting suspect.
Police were forcefully warning Kentucky fans that a repeat Monday of the dangerous weekend celebrations wouldn't be tolerated for the game to decide college basketball's national champion.
Riot police used pepper spray in small amounts for crowd control as thousands of rowdy fans swarmed into the streets near the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington, overturning cars and lighting couches ablaze after a victory over cross-state rival Louisville in a Final Four matchup.
Police said Sunday that they are satisfied with their work to control the crowds that spilled onto the street after the University of Kentucky defeated crosstown rival Louisville, despite the images of rowdy revelers burning couches.
A day after raucous celebrations led to more than two dozen arrests, police said Sunday that they are ready to control crowds near the University of Kentucky's campus when the Wildcats play Kansas for the national championship.
Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline has pleaded not guilty to charges of disorderly conduct and alcohol intoxication charges after being arrested early Friday morning.
Spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts told The Lexington Herald-Leader (http://bit.ly/1eIzm44 ) that 26-year-old Ferdi Demiri wasn't armed and offered no resistance while being cuffed.
Roberts says Demiri busted in the door of the Redi Mart at around 1 a.m. Friday and called 911 while inside the store.