Green Wood Assistant Police Chief Matthew Fillenwarth maintains medics and police responded Sunday into some verbal and physical struggle between about 150 folks in the Gurdwara Sikh temple.
The brawl reportedly resulted from an anticipated transition of leadership power.
Four people suffered minor injuries and have been admitted to the hospital.
Delegates take part in the annual election meeting of The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) at The Golden Temple in Amritsar, Pakistan, November 22, 2008. Fillenwarth says it's believed that there was a worship service going on when the fight broke out. They will be later questioned by the police.
Sing said there had been disagreement on how the temple should be run for a while now, with tensions boiling over into Sunday's altercation.
The police are reviewing the surveillance video from the temple to know the exact sequence of events.
Witnesses at the scene told 24-Hour News 8 that people were attacked with the pepper spray, but it was unclear how many people were injured or the extent of their injuries. No arrests have been made so far.
- Handelsbanken Fonder AB Sells 1250 Shares of Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE:CAT)
- High school baseball: With some help, Knights make the playoffs
- Donald Trump's campaign raises $10 million, spends big on legal bills
- Writing essay service how it is.
- John Cena & Nikki Bella Announce Split
- Protest against air strikes on Syria held in NY city
- Saudi king announces US$150 million donation for East Jerusalem
- China announces live-fire drill in Taiwan Strait
- Woolworths hit by nationwide technical outage
- Haley says U.S. 'locked and loaded,' prepared to maintain pressure on Syria