Canada Spruce Grove RCMP tackle youth 'fight club'

05:55  17 may  2017
05:55  17 may  2017 Source:   cbc.ca

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RCMP are investigating three known cases of fight club activity, involving students from Spruce Grove Composite High School. © Copyright: (C) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, http://www.cbc.ca/aboutcbc/discover/termsofuse.htm... RCMP are investigating three known cases of fight club activity, involving students from Spruce Grove Composite High School.

It may not be Brad Pitt or Edward Norton duking it out in an underground ring, but Spruce Grove has its own "fight club" involving teens, RCMP said in a release Tuesday.

The group has spread word about locations and times of organized fights on social media over the past three weeks, police said.

RCMP are investigating at least three known cases, so far, involving students, mainly from Spruce Grove Composite High school, said Cpl. Kimberly Mueller.

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"We're trying to get to the bottom of how many of these have happened, who's been involved, why have they been involved?"

Parents have posted their concerns on social media about young people being injured in the fights.

The Parkland School Division declined to do an interview and instead issued a statement. "We are aware of the social media activity recently referring to a 'fight-club' in Spruce Grove and Stony Plain. We can confirm these incidents involving community youth are not happening at school and not happening during school hours."

RCMP said youth caught in fight-club type activities — either as spectators or participants — could end up being charged with a criminal offence.

"Some of these things start out as a consensual fight, however, no one can consent to having their nose broken or bones broken, leg broken," Mueller said.

Possible charges include assault, assault causing bodily harm and causing a disturbance.

RCMP are monitoring social media, she said.

Mueller said this is the third spring she has heard of a "fight club" being organized in the area.

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