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LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- Violence marred post-NBA All-Star Game partying Monday as shootings left three people in critical condition and stamped an ugly footnote on what should have been a time of celebration.
Police arrested 362 people during the All-Star Game weekend as scattered fights broke out along the main casino strip early Monday even though police had braced themselves for the post-celebratory mayhem
"These people have been here since Wednesday so they have been here for several days and were getting very little sleep," police spokesman Jose Montoya said. "This was their last night in Vegas and we figured if something was going to happen it would be near the end of the events."