LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Louisville Metro Police Department said few arrests were made at this year's Thunder Over Louisville.
An LMPD spokesperson said only six arrests were made during the event, all for minor offenses.
Police said charges included minor assaults, outstanding warrants and a few alcohol-related offenses. However, one woman was arrested for "intentionally striking a traffic guard with a vehicle."
The incident happened at the intersection of Adams and Witherspoon around 11:30 p.m. According to LMPD, the traffic guard sustained minor injuries.
Police also said there were 18 missing children reported at Thunder. As of Sunday, the spokesperson said that they have all been reunited with their parents/guardians.
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