High school disturbance
TULSA, Okla. -- A fight between four to five students at a Tulsa high school prompted a quick response from Tulsa Police.
Police Officer Leland Ashley says the fight Thursday afternoon at McLain High School escalated into a disturbance involving at least 20 students.
School security personal had to use pepper spray to bring the situation under control.
Ashley says two students were taken into custody.
An investigation into the incident continues, but Ashley says police believe it could have been gang related.
In all, 15 Tulsa Police officers responded to the school in the 5000 block of North Peoria.
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