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The Duck game last night was the setting for a fight between fans that erupted into a larger incident that involved Bend Police and an arrest. Bend Police say it appears the fight started in the Sidelines Sports Bar as opposing fans exchange barbs. The fight then moved outside and into the streets. Sgt. Ron Taylor says emotions were running high last night: “It definitely appears that that was the primary cause of this; and the end result of the game had brought out positive and negative emotions depending on who was rooting for whom. And one thing that officers were able to determine was that this primary incident really started verbally inside the bar between people who were on opposing sides." The incident involved about 75 to 100 people total. And one man was arrested when he resisted arrest as police were trying to question him. Sgt. Taylor said the officer was forced to use pepper spray to detain the suspect. Christopher Paul Blaylock, 24, was taken to the Deschutes County Jail lodged these charges: disorderly conduct, interfering with a police officer and resisting arrest.

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