Published 12:00 am Wednesday, October 30, 2013

A Livingstone College student was arrested Tuesday and charged after a large fight.
Livingstone campus police called for assistance from local law enforcement when a large number of students began fighting Tuesday shortly before 11 p.m. near the cafeteria.
Campus police had already pepper sprayed some students and were asking that students return to their dorm rooms.
Salisbury Police officers were called to assist with the crowd and at least one Rowan County sheriff’s deputy also responded to the incident. When local law enforcement arrived, three students were handcuffed and being held near Dancy Hall dormitory.
One student, Karem Diaz Felton, 20, of Elizabeth City, was arrested after officers repeatedly asked him to return to his dormitory. A police report said Felton continued to talk on his cell phone and just looked at the officers.
Salisbury police charged Felton with resist, obstruct, delay an officer and failure to disperse, both misdemeanors. He remains in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $500 secured bond.
The fight and arrest came two days after another incident on campus.
On Sunday, two students were shot with pellet guns after a scholarship fundraising event and received minor injuries. The students, whose names were not released, have since returned to the college. No arrest has been made in that incident. Livingstone College Police continue to investigate.