Hampton Police have arrested multiple people after several incidents outside Plaza Roller Rink on Sunday night.
At 9:04 a.m., police say officers were on patrol near the rink when they observed multiple fights in the parking lot. When they attempted to intervene, a large group became disorderly.
Officers requested backup and all available officers throughout Hampton responded to disperse the crowd of approximately 250 people.
Three men and two teenagers were arrested.
George Antonio Bunch, 18, was charged with one count of Obstruction of Law Enforcement.
Ammittay Yetuwr Mabrey, 20, was charged with one count of Fighting in Public.
Dashawn Bradshaw, 18, was charged with one count of Fighting in Public.
The two 15-year-olds, one male and one female, were each charged with disorderly conduct.
At 10:00 p.m., officers reported they heard shots fired and then saw three suspects running across the street from the roller rink.
One suspect, 18-year-old Antonio Louis Pittman, appeared to be concealing items in his waistband as he ran towards a wooded area.
Pittman was given commands to stop but he did not comply.
Police deployed a K-9 and Pittman was apprehended and taken into custody. A loaded firearm and suspected marijuana were recovered in the direct path where Pittman had been running.
He was subsequently charged with one count of a Possession of a Concealed Weapon and one count of Possession of Suspected Marijuana.
Officers later found that Pittman had been escorted out of Plaza Roller Rink by staff earlier in the evening.
The two other suspects who fled the scene with Pittman were also apprehended and their involvement is being investigated.
Police also received reports of a robbery on Sunday night.
They say a 14-year-old left the roller rink and was assaulted by several people who stole his personal items.
The boy was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Anyone with information that will assist police in investigating this robbery is encouraged to contact the Hampton Police Division at 727-6111 or Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.