INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A message from IMPD's Chief was sent out late Friday night, urging people to be peaceful in and around the Circle City Classic.
Sources tell 24-Hour News 8 IMPD received information on the possibility for planned violence in and around the Circle City Classic.
Chief Hite's message also outlined the city's curfew, 17 and younger, not to be out after 11 p.m. The curfew is in full effect for Saturday night.
The motivation -- to ensure that the Circle City, and its Classic, is remembered by visitors for the right reasons.
"Basically what our parents have always told us that when you go out visiting and you go downtown, don’t embarrass the family, don’t embarrass the city. We have company, we have visitors in town and we want to put on our best behavior," IMPD Chief Rick Hite said.
Chief Hite also said for parents not to have teenagers unsupervised in their own hotel rooms.
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