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Authorities respond to large crowd at Tulsa's Bell's Amusement Park

More than a hundred police officers responded to a large fight at Bell's Amusement Park Saturday night.

The park owner called Tulsa County Sheriff’s deputies and Tulsa Police after too many unsupervised young people were running around and getting out of hand. Police say one juvenile was taken into custody, but no one was injured.

Officers used crowd-control tactics and some parents are upset with how authorities handled their children. Tulsa County Sheriff’s deputy Denise Corley: "We had a few teenagers that just got a little rowdy and we had to use a little bit of gas, so we just cleared the park."

Parent: "Tulsa Police I love them dearly, but they should pick the people doing the wrong, not innocent people."

Another parent: "My kids will not go to Bell's as long as Bell's is open. They will not go, unless I'm with them, and I've got to be with them."

The News on 6 talked with Bell's owner, Robbie Bell says he wants people of all ages to be able to have a fun and safe time at his park.
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