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UPDATE: 2 people arrested after early morning downtown disturbance

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UPDATE (WKOW) -- Two people are arrested after an early morning disturbance in downtown Madison.

On Sunday around 2:45 a.m. the Madison Police Department responded to a report of a disturbance involving a firearm inside the Government East Parking structure on the 100 block of East Doty Street.

Police arrived on the scene and detained two people. 39-year-old Jeremy Tiffany and 24-year-old Mitchell Christen were arrested.

The investigation revealed that a trio was out at a downtown restaurant when they began to argue over the bar tab.  The three, which included Jeremy Tiffany and Mitchell Christen, continued the argument to the parking ramp on the way to their car.  During the confrontation, Tiffany displayed a handgun but did not point it at anyone.

Both Tiffany and Christen were taken to the Dane County Jail on tentative charges of disorderly conduct.  No one was hurt in this incident. 

Police say the firearm was never discharged.  Access to the parking ramp was temporarily restricted during this investigation but it has since been reopened.


MADISON (WKOW) -- Three people are detained after a disturbance in downtown Madison early Sunday morning.

According to the Madison Police Department, one person was in possession of a handgun after three people, all who knew each other, got into a disturbance in a parking garage on the 100 block of East Doty Street about 2:45 Sunday morning.

No shots were fired, the gun was not pointed at anyone and no injuries were reported.

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