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About 150 people were arrested in Miami Beach over the weekend as throngs of unruly spring breakers descended on the city.

Friday marked the wildest day in the party hotspot as about 120 people were arrested and two police officers were injured during clashes with the revelers, Local 10 News reported.

“It is really a difficult situation,” Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber said of the weekend debauchery.

“A lot of people are coming here and they are coming here with the wrong intentions,” he said, according to another report from the outlet.

The city is under a midnight curfew amid the pandemic.

The officers who were injured had been attempting to make an arrest when they were attacked, authorities said.

“The crowd ended up turning on those officers who were there,” Miami Beach police spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez said, according to the report.

The gatherings on Friday led police in some areas to deploy pepper balls to disperse the crowds.

On Saturday, 30 more people were arrested.

Gelber, the mayor, warned would-be spring breakers that more arrests will be made if they continue to disobey laws.

“If you are coming here because you think anything goes, you’re going to have a terrible time. We are going to arrest you,” he said.

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Crime and Public Safety | Santa Rosa police arrest man on firearms charges

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SANTA ROSA — Police in Santa Rosa on Friday arrested a man in connection with illegally possessing a firearm.

The Santa Rosa man was arrested on suspicion of being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of a concealed firearm, possession of a concealed firearm that is not registered, being a felon in possession of ammunition and being a street gang participant, according to the Santa Rosa Police Department.

On Friday at 7:05 p.m., officers were conducting a foot patrol along the Newhall bike path when the officers came into contact with two subjects.

The officers were familiar with the two people from prior investigations, police said.

Police said both subjects were known to have prior gang involvement.

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The suspect, who had a prior conviction for robbery, was prohibited from possessing a firearm, and he was arrested and booked at the Sonoma County Main Adult Detention Facility.

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