One arrested after another fight on 16th Street Mall caught on video

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DENVER -- Police responded to another violent outburst along the 16th Street Mall on Monday night -- and it was captured on video.

Video of the incident outside the Jamba Juice at 16th and California streets just after 10 p.m. appears to show a handful of people involved .

Officers from the Denver Police Department responded in less than two minutes to break up the fight. A police spokesman said officers arrested Shonquez Dorsey on charges of public fighting and interference.

A witness said an officer might have been assaulted during the incident. Police said they are still investigating.

The extent of the injuries of those involved are unknown.

The fight follows a number of other incidents along the 16th Street Mall over the past several months.

On June 29, video of a man swinging a long pipe and hitting people on the mall caught the attention of residents and city leaders. That attack came days after a businessman was attacked by people in broad daylight.

On Aug. 3, another video captured an attack on the mall. On the 7 1/2-minute video, a man is seen running across the mall before getting tackled and beaten by several people.

The man was sucker-punched twice after being knocked to the pavement.

The city and police have since ramped up patrols, and the mall added a security manager and staff.