TULSA-Deputies on horseback charged into a crowd of people who were celebrating Martin Luther King Day in a parade in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

After police tried to break up a fight between two dogs, when the crowd did not move out of the way for the police they charged through the crowd on horses.

Fox 23 Tulsa reports:

In the video, the crowd runs from the horses, then police lead 18-year-old, Marquis Jones and 19-year-old, Edward Boyd through the crowd in handcuffs.

Authorities said animal control told Jones he couldn’t have his pit bull at the parade. They said he refused to listen, and minutes later chaos broke out. Deputies, on horses charged into a crowd. Some folks trapped were between guard rails.

Read More At Fox 23 Tulsa

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