Petaluma police responded to 10 calls of fights in the city’s downtown area and arrested 12 people for various infractions on Wednesday night, the Police Department said. The arrests were made between 8 p.m. Wednesday and 2 a.m. today. The night before Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest nights of the year for downtown bars and restaurants, police said. Officers arrested two DUI drivers leaving downtown and one who rolled his truck on Fair Street in front of Petaluma High School. Neither the suspect, 19-year-old Roger Lindt, nor his passenger were injured in the accident. Lindt was taken to county jail on suspicion of DUI. Two more people were arrested for resisting officers, including a suspect, Adrian Elrod, who allegedly assaulted a police officer. The officer was not injured, police said. Another suspect, Bryanna Silva, was arrested after she allegedly pulled a knife during an altercation at a bar, police said. Silva allegedly cut one person on the arm and was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. Three other people were arrested in front of bars for being drunk in public, police said. The other arrests were for miscellaneous violations such as warrants and probation violation.
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