The Summit County OVI Task Force caught four people for during under the influence during two St. Patrick's Day checkpoints.
DAYTON, Ohio - Riot-equipped police were called out to quell an unruly pre-dawn St. Patrick's Day crowd at the University of Dayton.
One non-student was arrested for underage drinking during the Sunday morning disturbance. No injuries were reported.
University spokeswoman Teri Rizvi tells WHIO-TV that campus police first turned out in response to a false fire alarm. Within the hour, riot-equipped officers from departments in the Dayton area were dispatched to help quiet the disturbance.
The station says students were climbing on cars, throwing bottles, yelling at police and left the street littered with trash and beer cans.
Elsewhere, the streets were jammed for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Cleveland Sunday afternoon. The parade included nearly 150 marching units with Siberian huskies and shire horses joining traditional Irish troupers.
St. Patrick's Day 2013
Cleveland police said Monday 29 people, 24 adults and five juveniles, were arrested during the downtown St. Patrick's Day festivities.
For the 146th time, the St. Patrick's Day parade marched through downtown Cleveland to celebrate the day with tens of thousands of people watching.
Riot-equipped police were called out to quell an unruly pre-dawn St. Patrick's Day crowd at the University of Dayton.
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