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Six arrested as St Patrick's party ends in street row.

Byline: HELEN DAVIES ECHO Reporter helen.davies@trinitymirror.com helenafdavies @

TWO men remained in police custody last night after six people were arrested following an all night St Patrick's Day party.

Officers were called to a disturbance yesterday afternoon on Brompton Avenue near Sefton Park.

A witness reported there was an argument taking place, spilling out from a house party nearby.

Police attended the street around 12.30pm after a member of the public said a group were shouting and screaming at each other in the road.

A spokesman for Merseyside Police said no one was injured in the incident and there was no physical fighting.

Last night, two of the six people, a 29-year-old man and a 22-year-old man arrested on suspicion of causing a breach of the peace, remained in police custody.

A 21-year-old woman and a 21-yearold man arrested on suspicion of causing a breach of the peace have been released with no further action.

Join the conversation on our Facebook page face book. com/ A 21-year-old man, poolecho arrested on suspicion of causing a breach of the peace as well as of obstructing a constable and resisting arrest, and a 20-year-old man, arrested on suspicion of causing a breach of the peace and resisting arrest, were given notices of intended prosecution but are no longer in police custody.

Yesterday those living on the road said they had been aware of a house party but had not noticed any major disturbance.

www.theliver One resident said she had been woken by the party at 2am and saw revellers drinking on the street at 8am yesterday morning.

Another said: "The police arrived about 12.30pm. There was about 10 patrol cars and a few police vans. We've never had trouble on this street before. I think it's probably a student house, there's a lot of students here but it's a quiet area."

A fellow neighbour said: "The police cars made more noise than anything. We get some student house parties on this road but it's not particularly bad.

Another resident said: "Last night we heard a little bit of noise but not a lot, I assumed it was a normal St Patrick's Day party."

Two remain in custody after cops break up dispute

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