SIX people have been arrested, one as young as 13, after a 'distrubance' in Oxfordshire.

Thames Valley Police officers were called to Warwick Road in Banbury last night at around 7.30pm.  

Three teenagers, aged 16, 15 and 13, who are all from Banbury, have now been arrested for multiple offences including: affray, violent disorder and carrying a weapon.

Another three men from Banbury, aged 48, 25 and 23, were also arrested on suspicion of affray. 

Police used a taser to achieve compliance but it was not deployed.

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No one was seriously injured during the altercation and all six remain in custody.

The investigation continues.

If you have any information call 101, quoting reference number 43220212430.


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