Dodgers-Braves Game 4: LAPD reports few arrests, citations

Los Angeles police said there were few problems with the hometown crowd following the Dodgersdramatic come-from-behind victory Monday night at Chavez Ravine.

“The game went smooth, we didn’t have any issues,” said Officer Gregory Baek.
Police made seven misdemeanor arrests and issued eight citations for various infractions at Monday night’s game, Baek said. Officers also briefly detained and cited 25 people for scalping tickets.
There was also one misdemeanor hit-and-run in the parking lot, but the victim was uninjured, Baek said.
On Sunday night, police reported even fewer incidents: one misdemeanor arrest and 18 citations, including 11 for scalping.
The Dodgers defeated the Atlanta Braves in a best-of-five series that ended Monday night. The series looked to be headed for a fifth and deciding game until the eighth inning of Game 4, when Yasiel Puig hit a double and Juan Uribe followed up with a two-run home run, giving the Dodgers what proved to be the winning lead.
The team is headed to the National League Championship Series for the first time since 2009.



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