Police: More arrests in ISU crowd disturbance

Ames police say they have arrested more people in connection to a crowd disturbance at Iowa State University that injured one student.

Police said in a news release Friday that four people have been arrested since the incident that began late Tuesday and ended Wednesday morning. A fifth person turned themselves into police.

Records show the five men are students at Iowa State, including defensive lineman David Irving. He has been suspended indefinitely from the team.

The men face various charges, including trespass and criminal mischief. Police Cmdr. Geoff Huff says he expects additional arrests and charges in the case.

The crowd formed during the week of a multi-day celebration on campus known as Veishea. It was later suspended for the rest of the week.