Three persons selling fake Raiders- and Chiefs-logo T-shirts in the parking lot of Arrowhead Stadium Sunday were arrested -- not for selling shirts, but for being wanted on outstanding city warrants, police said.
"We usually just confiscate the shirts and tell them to have their lawyer call us," said Sgt. Rick Sticken, police security supervisor at the stadium. But the three were taken into custody because of the warrants, he said.
Other parking lot incidents:
- A man was arrested after other fans saw him break a car mirror. They called 911, and the call was routed to officers at the stadium, Sticken said.
- A woman leaving the game reported an "unknown male assailant" approached her and punched her in the face as she walked to her car. Other fans found her lying on the ground, Sticken said.
Inside the stadium, two fans were arrested for disorderly conduct after causing a disturbance in the seats. And, late in the game, a Chiefs fan was arrested for punching another Chiefs fan, apparently happy to be winning.
At least three persons were ejected, Sticken said, but that may not include ejections by Chief security personnelor other police agencies.