TOWSON, Md. (AP) - Baltimore County police say they will meet with business owners to discuss a melee that broke out following Towson University's homecoming football game.
One man was shot and six people were arrested by police. Police say fights broke out early Sunday after an overflow crowd turned out for an event by a fraternal organization that rented a downtown Towson theater.
Baltimore County Police say Police Chief James W. Johnson plans to meet with the theater's owner and other business owners as well as the county liquor board.
The Baltimore Sun reported Tuesday (bsun.md/UBjwBG) that police officials also met last month with business leaders and officials from Towson University and Goucher College to discuss crowd control in the area, where students often congregate and underage drinking has been a concern.