Video Shows at Least 30 Students & One Adult in Massive Brawl at Tucson High School

Video Shows at Least 30 Students in Massive Brawl at Tucson High School
Video Shows at Least 30 Students in Massive Brawl at Tucson High School (Images: Screenshot/YouTube/12News)

A huge brawl broke out at an Arizona high school during a lunch break when more than 30 students and a parent got into an altercation.

Tucson High School was put on lockdown for several hours following Tuesday’s violent altercation.

Social media footage of the incident depicts a disturbing scene in which students punch, kick, and attack each other.

The altercation reportedly began when a parent wearing a red shirt and jeans entered school to confront a group of children attacking his son. He had got information that his special-needs son would be ‘jumped’ outside of school.

When he arrived, he discovered children attacking the boy’s brother, a relative told DailyMail.com.

An adult in a red shirt and jeans can be seen participating in the fight and laying on top of a teenager while the older man grabs his neck.

The parent was taken into custody, according to Tucson police, but his identity has not been revealed.

Rosalinda Martinez, the man’s sister, told the outlet that her brother was released Tuesday night after being charged only with class disruption.

An adult in a red shirt and jeans can be seen participating in the fight and laying on top of a teenager while the older man grabs his neck.

The parent was taken into custody, according to Tucson police, but his identity has not been revealed.

Rosalinda Martinez, the man’s sister, told the outlet that her brother was released Tuesday night after being charged only with class disruption. ‘I’m sure the kids are going to need some kind of counseling. That was too much trauma. One of my nephews had a concussion.’

Authorities believe the altercation began when the adult man arrived on campus during lunch. According to police, no weapons were used in the fight, and no injuries reported.

In the meantime, parents’ comments on social media claimed that some students were pepper-sprayed prior to the school’s lockdown and that there was a large police presence at the school.

Tucson police denied using physical force against the children and confirmed that one person was arrested.

According to Sergeant Gradillas, the school district’s safety team arrived first, but when the situation became more serious, Tucson Police officers were dispatched to help.

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