Police have arrested three men after a street fight in Peterborough yesterday evening (June 3).
Armed officers were called to reports of violence near Hampton College.
There was also a suggestion that a handgun had been seen but police could not find any evidence of this.
Seven police units and an ambulance attended the incident. Two people were taken to hospital with minor injuries.
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A hundred Syrian refugees are to be welcomed into Peterborough between now and 2020.
The city council has agreed to resettle five families a year for the next five years as part of a wider government pledge to accept 20,000 people forced from their homes.
The first groups - usually made up of two adults and two children - will arrive in Peterborough this autumn.
"The government has confirmed that we will receive appropriate levels of funding for these families. That means that we can be sure that we're offering them the help that they need and over the next few months we will be making appropriate arrangements to prepare for their arrival.
"This city has a long and proud history of welcoming those that need our help and we will be working with groups from across our community that have already offered their assistance."
Video report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson
A woman from Peterborough is trying to to track down a very special necklace that was a stolen when her house was burgled.
Sharon Waters' pendant had her late husband's ashes blown into it but it was taken along with several other items when thieves broke in.
A man has been arrested after a woman was found in a critical condition in Peterborough.
Police were called to a house on Queens Drive West yesterday afternoon and found the woman with life-threatening injuries.
A 27-year-old man from Peterborough was arrested on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm.
A man has been charged with robbery after attacking a man in his 70s and stealing his van.
Andrew White, 30, of no known address, was arrested just 13 minutes after the victim called police on Tuesday (May 17).
The victim, a man in his 70s, called police at about 2pm, saying he was in Lime Tree Avenue and a man had just pushed him to the ground, got in his van and driven off towards Cromwell Road.
He was taken to Thorpe Wood Police Station where he was charged with robbery and remanded to appear at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court yesterday morning (Wednesday, May 18).
He has since been remanded to appear at the same court on June 15.
Peterborough United have appointed caretaker boss Grant McCann as their new manager.
Posh were unbeaten under the 36-year-old last season, scoring 15 goals in his four games in charge.
McCann made more than 180 appearances for Peterborough as a player and established himself as a fans' favourite.
He has been given a four-year contract and replaces Graham Westley who was sacked last month.
Jack Collison, who recently had to retire from playing due to a serious knee injury, will also stay on as the club's under 18s coach on a permanent basis.