A total of 90 football supporters from Groningen were arrested in Amsterdam before the match between Ajax and FC Groningen on Saturday. According to the police, the Groningen supporters came to Amsterdam to start a fight with Ajax supporters. They were each fined 120 euros and released after the match, a spokesperson for the Public Prosecution Service in Amsterdam said to AD on Sunday.
The Rijksrecherche, the department that handles internal investigations at government services like the police, is investigating the death of a 42-year-old man from Leeuwarden who died after the police intervened in a fight in a mental health institution on Wednesday, NOS reports.
The police responded to the GGZ clinic on Borniastraat in Leeuwarden on Wednesday evening. Patients were fighting with each other and a fire had broken out. Clinic staff called the police to help with a patient who was resisting their attempts to calm him down, according to the broadcaster.
A video of a shooting in The Hague neighborhood of Schilderswijk last week was posted on streaming site Dumpert on Monday night. The video shows a fight breaking out on the street, during which one of those involved fired multiple shots.
The shooting happened on the corner of Ruijsdaelstraat and Brueghelstraat on May 15th, AD reports. An 18-year-old man later reported to the hospital with a bullet wound. The police arrested three young men, aged 18, 18 and 23, later that same evening for involvement in the shooting.
A 17-year-old boy was injured in a stabbing incident on Johan van Hasseltweg in Amsteram Noord on Sunday. He was taken to hospital with unknown injuries, the Amsterdam police said on Twitter.
The boy was stabbed multiple times in the back, according to NU.nl. A police spokesperson told the newspaper that no arrests have been made. The police are looking for witnesses.
The stabbing happened during a fight near bus stop 112, according to the newspaper. Around 20 or 30 people were involved in the brawl.
A boy was stabbed during a brawl between teenagers on Edward Jennerstraat in Haarlem on Thursday. He was stabbed in the back by another boy. The victim was taken to hospital. He did not sustain life-threatening injuries, the police said to NU.nl.
The brawl happened at around 5:30 p.m. According to the police, around six teenagers between the ages of 14 and 16 years were involved. Two boys were arrested.
The police are investigating exactly what happened.
A brawl involving around 100 young people in Boxtel on Sunday morning, was pre-arranged on social media. The two groups of young people agreed to fight each other on the Markt when the clubs closed at around 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, Brabants Dagblad reports.
Around 100 young people turned on the police on the Markt in Boxtel, Noord-Brabant early on Sunday morning. Police officers were attacked and pelted with fireworks, cans and food. The police are investigating and call on witnesses to come forward.
A brawl turned into a stabbing on Korhoenstraat in Tilburg on Wednesday night. Three people sustained serious injuries. They were taken to hospital with stab wounds, according to the police.
Witnesses told Omroep Brabant that the atmosphere on Korhoenstraat was "very grim". Windows were broken and cars were damaged. The police responded to the scene around midnight, after which things calmed down.
The police are investigating exactly what happened. "The expectation is that this will take some time", a spokesperson said to the broadcaster.
A SWAT team arrested 12 people after a family party got out of hand in Rijen during the early hours of Wednesday morning. A fight broke out and there are reports that a gun was fired. The police are investigating, Omroep Brabant reports.
Five people were arrested after a brawl between Dutch and German football supporters on Spegelgracht in Amsterdam on Saturday. Three Dutch and two Germans were arrested based on camera footage, NH Nieuws reports.
The brawl happened at cafe Hans en Grietje. "The two parties, I estimate around 40, 50 started hitting each other. I first saw cans of beer flying through the air, but soon it became chairs and tables", a cafe employee said to the newspaper.
The riot police had to intervene and break up the fight. The cafe sustained damage, but opened as usual on Sunday.
The court in Amsterdam convicted seven out of eight men for public violence for their role in a brawl in Amsterdam's Red Light District which ended in the death of 32-year-old Robert Gerritsen two years ago. The court ruled that the blow that ended Gerritsen's life was made in self defense, and 22-year-old Romanian Mirci M. was therefore not punished for it, RTL Nieuws reports.
Police officers responding to a fight at a party in the Rode Dorp neighborhood in Deventer on Saturday night were pelted with stones, beer bottles and eggs, spat at and insulted. Two men were arrested, a third is still at large, the police said in a statement.
The police first responded to Enkdwarsstraat. There a 38-year-old man from Zwolle was arrested for repeatedly causing disruptions at local residents' homes.
A boy was stabbed during a large fight between young people in the center of Eindhoven on Tuesday evening. He was found wounded at Eindhoven station a short time after the fight and was taken to hospital, the police said on Twitter.
The victim was rushed to hospital by ambulance, escorted by police cars, according to Omroep Brabant. A trauma helicopter was also deployed, but was unnecessary. At this stage nothing is known about the severity of his injuries. His age was also not revealed.
A road rage incident following an accident got completely out of hand in Oss on Saturday night. Two people were taken to hospital with stab wounds in their legs, and seven people were arrested, AD reports.
Around 9:00 p.m. on Willibrordusweg, a car crashed into the fence and hedge of a home. The residents were not home at the time.
Several people sustained minor injuries during a large brawl at amusement park Efteling on Sunday afternoon. A total of seven people were arrested, five for involvement in the brawl, and two for threatening the police, Eindhovens Dagblad reports.
The fight happened near ride Droomvlucht. Police officers and Efteling employees broke up the fight. Two men and a woman from Amsterdam, a woman from Den Bosch, and a woman from Oisterwijk were arrested for the brawl.
During the arrest, two men from Amsterdam insulted and threatened the police officers. They were also arrested.
The police arrested three men on Wednesday on suspicion of involvement in a massive brawl in the court of Den Bosch on February 21st. They are two brothers and a cousin of Yassine Majiti, who was shot to death in Best last year, the men's lawyer confirmed to AD. A fourth suspect is still being sought.
A trail revolving around a fatal shooting in Den Bosch last year, had to be briefly suspended on Wednesday after members of the victim's family attacked the suspect. The court in Den Bosch was temporarily on lock down while order was restored, AD reports.
A 20-year-old Dutch man was found bleeding and seriously injured by a passerby on the street in Kirchberg, Austria during the early hours of Saturday morning. Eight other Dutch were arrested on suspicion of assault.
A spokesperson for the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs told NU.nl that eight other Dutch were arrested on suspicion of assault. Seven of them were released from custody after questioning. The eighth was released on Sunday night, the spokesperson said.
The Public Prosecutor demanded 200 hours of community service against two men and a woman suspected of attacking a mosque in Dordrecht in 2016. Should they fail to do their community service, they should go to jail for 100 hours, the Prosecutor demanded, RTL Nieuws reports.
A group of 15 people vandalized the mosque on June 23rd, 2016, after a Kursidh family in the Wielwijk neighborhood was threatened. The family hung a Kurdish flag outside their house for a short time after their daughter passed her final exams. They were threatened, and a stone was thrown through their window.
The police arrested three people after a brawl at a conference center in Zaandam during the early hours of Tuesday morning. A 22-year-old from Germany, a 28-year-old from Heiloo and a 29-year-old from Hoorn are all suspected of public violence, AD reports.
A party, attended by around 350 people, turned into a brawl during the early hours of Tuesday morning. The organizer of the event decided to end the party, but the attendees refused to leave and the police were called in.
The police had to clear out a conference center in Zaandam during the early hours of Tuesday morning, after a party attended by 300 to 400 Eritreans from across the country turned into brawls, NOS reports.
The evacuated Eritreans spread over the center of Zaandam afterwards. The police deployed a helicopter to keep an eye on the situation, according to news wire ANP.
The police had to closed down a street in Nijmegen on Wednesday night after an information evening on Sinterklaas' controversial helper Zwarte Piet devolved into a brawl, Omroep Gelderland reports.
According to the broadcaster, an anarchist group organized the information evening at cafe De Klinker on Van Broeckhuysenstraat. The topic of discussion was how parents can discuss the racism around Zwarte Piet with their children and at schools. One of the speakers was well known anti-Zwarte Piet activist Jerry Afriyie.
Three teenage boys were arrested on Wednesday morning for involvement in a brawl in which a 65-year-old man from Valkenburg was killed. They are suspected of public violence, RTL Nieuws reports.
The suspects are two boys aged 15 and 17 from Valkenburg and a 17-year-old boy from Schimmert.
The brawl happened on Salviastraat in Valkenburg on Thursday night. The man later died in hospital. The exact cause of his death is still being determined.