WEST ALLIS, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin State Fair officials say an increased police presence in and around the fairgrounds has led to another peaceful day.
Fair spokeswoman Patrice Harris says Sunday there have been no violent incidents at the fair since Thursday night, when 31 people were arrested and at least 11 people were hurt.
She says in response to the violence the number of police officers and State Patrol troopers increased. There are also new rules requiring anyone under 18 entering the park after 5 p.m. to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Harris says attendance numbers won't be released until after the fair is over, but she says the fairgrounds were packed with families on Saturday.