Bikers Taken Into Custody After Incident That Closed Carson Street

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — East Carson Street was shut down Sunday night after a young man reported being robbed and assaulted, allegedly over the shirt he was wearing, by a large group of men outside of a South Side bar.

Police responded to the area of Carson Street near South 14th Street after 7 p.m.

Several people spent more than an hour handcuffed as officers checked drivers’ licenses and registrations.

“The victim ran and called police. The motorcyclists left the bar and our officers spotted them, pulled them over right here. The rest played out right in front of you,” Pittsburgh Police Spokesperson Sonya Toler said.

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