POLICE diffused a heated street brawl after alcohol-fuelled violence spilled out onto Port Macquarie's streets from a house party.
Port Macquarie police found six people fighting each other after being called to an address near Herschell and Chalmers streets around 11.15pm on Saturday, March 23.
Port Macquarie police chief inspector Mick Aldridge said officers had received reports of fighting in the street near Flynns Beach before they arrived.
"Police were called after there were reports of people brawling," he said.
"Officers ascertained a number of people involved had been at a party at a nearby residence.
"An ambulance was called and two people were treated for minor injuries and bruising."
Chief Inspector Aldridge said alcohol appeared to be a factor and police investigations were ongoing.
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