Super Bowl Frenzy: Three Arrests on Water St.
Jermont Terry reports...or tries to. Video by 620wtmj.comvideo
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MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee Police had to arrest three people during the celebration of the Packers' win in Super Bowl XLV.
Newsradio 620 WTMJ's Dan O'Donnell reports that three men punched another man and stomped on him until he was unconscious right outside of Duke's on Water, on the intersection of Juneau and Water.
However, too many fans in the streets caused some problems in the City of Milwaukee.
Milwaukee police issued a statement saying people spilling into the streets at various points in the city. It prompted the police department to shut down traffic lanes on the east side on Water Street and the intersection of Farwell and North.
Despite the incident and the arrests, most of the 500 people peacefully celebrated the Packers win.
A woman in an Aaron Rodgers jersey said those words to TODAY'S TMJ4 reporter Jermont Terry in one of the epicenters of Packers fans celebrating in Milwaukee, Water Street.
The bars in that area of the city flowed with cheers, beer and hugs galore after the Packers won Super Bowl XLV.
Click on the video link to see Jermont Terry's report - or attempt at a report - at a raucous bar on Water Street.