LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say they've arrested six people after a fight at a bar in south Louisville.

It happened in the early morning hours of Sunday, March 20, at the BJ's Sports Pub on Dixie Highway, near West Pages Lane.

Police say several people were involved in a fight at the pub at around 3 a.m., and were repeatedly asked to leave, but they refused.

According to arrest reports, 36-year-old Andre Anderson was involved in the fight, and refused to leave. He was arrested and charged with second degree disorderly conduct and third degree criminal trespassing.

Police say 28-year-old Michael Manion was involved in a fight at the bar and refused to leave after being told to do so several times. He is charged with third degree criminal trespassing.

Arrest reports say an officer saw 27-year-old Shannon Manion assault someone at that location. Police say she, "along with many others" refused to quit fighting in the parking lot. She was arrested and charged with second degree disorderly conduct.

Police say 31-year-old David Cory Noe was involved in the fight at the bar and was put outside. He was told to leave several times, but allegedly refused, eventually getting into another fight. He was arrested and charged with second degree disorderly conduct and third degree criminal trespassing.

According to an arrest report, a police officer told 34-year-old Jason Fitterer to leave twice, but he refused to leave both times. Police say he was "unsteady on his feet," and the officer could smell alcohol coming from his breath. He was arrested and charged with alcohol intoxication and third degree criminal trespassing.

Police arrested 35-year-old Cody Wayne Vincent after he allegedly refused to leave, despite being told to do so numerous times. Police say he was drunk, and created an annoyance and inconvenience to others nearby. He was arrested and charged with third degree criminal trespassing, alcohol intoxication and second degree disorderly conduct.

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