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DEWEY BEACH, Del. (CBS/AP) — Three people were arrested after authorities say two officers were struck by a car and a police horse was hit in the face during a brawl in Delaware.

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News outlets cite a joint release from Dewey Beach police and the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement saying a “disorderly and angry crowd” of around 20 to 30 surrounded officers early Sunday. Police say 22-year-old Taevon Potts had been pushing and yelling at people and resisted arrest.

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Rehoboth Beach police, state troopers and DATE responded to help with crowd control. Two DATE agents suffered minor injuries when 32-year-old Sherelle L. Evans refused to stop her car.

Potts and Evans were both arrested. Twenty-three-year-old Gavin Coco was charged with offensive touching of a law enforcement officer for punching the horse, who was uninjured.

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It’s unclear whether they have lawyers.

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