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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Two Louisville men were arrested Wednesday night after police say they found a "large group of people" blocking the street so they could shoot a music video.
According to arrest reports, it happened near the corner of Hale Avenue and 22nd Street, at approximately 6 p.m. Police say they saw 19-year-old Derrick D. Bussey and 25-year-old Dezmonique K. Nesbitt, along with a group of several others, blocking the street so that they could should a rap video.
Police were in the area because of recent violent crimes, according to the arrest report.
When police stopped to investigate what was happening, they allegedly discovered that one person in the group was in possession of a fully loaded handgun.
That's when, police say, Bussey and Nesbitt began yelling at the detective, causing a large crowd to gather. Police say the men told the detectives that if they took their badges and guns off, they would hurt the detectives.
Both men were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and terroristic threatening, according to the arrest reports.