Two teenagers were arrested Tuesday afternoon following a fight that began on the Natomas High School campus, then continued in a nearby shopping center.
Sacramento police officers responded shortly before 3 p.m. to the 3300 block of Fong Ranch Road to assist school resource officers, according to the Police Department’s activity log.
A large fight reportedly began after school in the school cafeteria, then spilled out into a nearby shopping center parking lot. Multiple police units were called to the scene.
Officer Eddie Macaulay, a Police Department spokesman, said two boys, ages 17 and 13, were taken into custody, accused of resisting arrest and assault.
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One student suffered minor injuries during the fight.
Macaulay said no information was available on what prompted the fight or how many students were involved.