Metro: Only a handful of arrests related to Super Bowl in Las Vegas


Steve Marcus

A Metro Police bicycle officer patrols outside Allegiant Stadium before Super Bowl 58 Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024, in Las Vegas.

Mon, Feb 12, 2024 (3:20 p.m.)

As the Kansas City Chiefs were celebrating their Super Bowl win in Las Vegas Sunday night, Metro Police made a handful of arrests and assisted in at least one crash near the Strip in what was otherwise a relatively calm day.

Metro made six arrests and issued two citations related to festivities in and around Allegiant Stadium, according to a department spokesperson. Metro also assisted in 56 medical calls for service and nine medical transportations. Neither DUI figures nor jurisdictional-wide statistics were yet available. 

Officers also responded to a downed light pole near Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road shortly after the game. Police reported that a vehicle collided with the pole, and that a social media post from the agency showed the pole blocking at least two lanes of traffic on westbound Flamingo. 

There were also several, unrelated crashes on the Strip, police said.

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