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Police and club officials spent hours scouring CCTV of the brawl to identify troublemakers.
One person was arrested in connection with the violence on Monday night and another yesterday, which was rather pathetic, considering there were more than 200 troublemakers at the scene.
Should any of those troublemakers, be they old or young, men or women, locals or residents, be caught in the act, they will be handled without tolerance, and referred to the prosecution for legal action," a police source told Khaleej Times.
I give credit to the licensees as they were very good at getting potential troublemakers off their premises and the only trouble we had was from people lawfully ejected from pubs.
The Interior Ministry said the troublemakers in Qatif were acting at the behest of a foreign country "which tried to undermine the nation's security in a blatant act of interference.
Gateshead Area Command's South Neighbourhood Policing Team, which covers Wrekenton, is supporting the scheme that has won the support of eight landlords who meet monthly to share information about troublemakers.
They gave victims the chance to talk frankly to police about the troublemakers wreaking havoc and misery in their communities.
Protest Police dashed to the scene and the troublemakers fled, leaving damage estimated at more than pounds 600.
I want the local youngsters to enjoy the area and to keep them safe we will target the small number of troublemakers and remove them from the area.
Summary: Police are launching a four-week crackdown on troublemakers ahead of this year's Notting Hill Carnival.
These people were troublemakers," a security official said, adding the authorities did not differentiate between Christians and Muslims.
If there are troublemakers in the village you detain and arrest the troublemakers.