The Norman Police Department said Thursday the investigation into the dispute between a group of people and one of the Unite Norman group leaders is now closed.
Authorities responded Tuesday to the incident. They said 18-year-old Isaac Braver admitted to playing explicit music and making rude gestures in an attempt to antagonize Unite Norman supporters who were gathered together in the 1300 block of Ann Arbor Drive.
Braver and two others were confronted by group leader Sassan Moghadam. At some point during the confrontation Moghadam threw a brick in the direction of Braver’s vehicle, according to the report.
A police report was completed Tuesday, authorities said. Both parties declined to pursue charges.