Eleven fans were arrested during the Kansas City Chiefs game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday on charges ranging from disorderly conduct to felony assault, police said.
The most serious case involved an arriving fan who intentionally drove his Lincoln Navigator SUV into a Chiefs parking crew guide rather than park where she wanted him to, police said.
The man then parked the SUV and exchanged words with the parking crew guide before entering the stadium, said Sgt. Rick Sticken, police security supervisor at Arrowhead. The guide was not injured, he said.
The man's SUV was towed to the city lot and he was hit with felony assault charges when he came out of the stadium looking for it after the game, Sticken said. He was not immediately identified pending the filing of formal charges.
- Three for drug possession at patdown of fans when they entered the stadium.
- Three for disorderly conduct/fighting.
- One for assault on a police officer who was struck in the nose while trying to break up a fight.
- Two for stealing, no details available.
- One for trespassing - a fan repeatedly warned not to enter the stadium but did anyway.
UPDATE 12:51 p.m.: I have talked with Scott Quinn and forwarded his complaint to Sgt. Sticken. Greg Reeves