Police are investigating an altercation between students that unfolded during halftime of Friday night's Brookfield East/Brookfield Central football game.
Brookfield Police Capt. Phil Horter said four 14-year-old Brookfield East students have been charged - three with disorderly conduct, and one with battery.
"A 14-year-old subject from Brookfield Central was in the school at halftime. The students from Brookfield East were pounding on the windows and doors of Brookfield Central in an attempt to get into the building. A student opened the door to tell them to knock it off and go away. That's when they gained entry," Horter said.
Six East students confronted the Central student, Horter said, and the Central student was battered by an East student during the altercation. The Central student suffered swelling and abrasions to the face.
Brookfield police and the Elmbrook School District continue to investigate.
"We need to speak with two other subjects from Brookfield East who were involved in the confrontation," he said.
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