According to a report, a huge altercation involving about 300 young people broke out outside the Tenleytown Wawa.
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According to a report by D.C. Police, a brawl broke out outside a Wawa convenience store in Tenleytown, involving around 300 juveniles.
At approximately 8 p.m. on Friday, DC Police officers were dispatched to the Wawa located in the 4500 block of 40th Street, NW, in response to a “disorderly affray” that involved around 300 juveniles, according to officials.
According to the training materials of the Metropolitan Police Academy, an affray refers to a situation where two or more individuals engage in fighting in a public place, causing a disturbance to others.
According to the police, the large group dispersed from the area when they arrived on the scene. Fortunately, no injuries were reported as a result of the altercation.
Located just a few minutes away from Jackson-Reed High School, the convenience store was a popular spot for students on the day when Dunbar High School came to visit for Friday night football. Despite rumors of a fight involving students from both schools, neither the schools nor the police have confirmed any student’s involvement in the incident.
If you have any additional information regarding the incident, please contact the Metropolitan Police Department. The authorities are still investigating the matter.
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