Damage to the area included portable toilets pushed over, police laced in riot gear helmet having their cruisers destroyed, windows broken among Main Street and bicycles stolen from a local store. This resulted in tens of thousands of dollars worth of damage. When the crowd ignored police requests to leave the area, officers in riot gear used pepper spray and rubber bullets on those taking part in the riot. According to one witness, Russ Mundi, police in full riot gear fired what he believed was tear gas. “I heard shots going off, and the whole crowd just started running,” Mundi said.