Unwanted guests turn violent at Saskatoon house party

Officers received numerous loud partying complaints throughout the night, including one involving pepper spray and a knife.

Police say it was a busy night in Saskatoon for 'loud partying' complaints

Officers in Saskatoon received numerous loud partying complaints throughout the night on Saturday, including one house party that turned violent. 

At 1:30 a.m. (CST), police were called to the 1000 block of Boychuck Drive for complaints of loud noise, erratic driving, yelling and fighting.

When they arrived, several unwanted guests would not leave the house. Soon after, some of the unwanted guests began pepper spraying the home. Several people at the party had to be treated for exposure to pepper spray.

Police also reported one of the people at the house had a knife.

A 20 year-old woman was arrested and is facing several weapons related charges.

Police are still looking for other suspects as they continue with their investigation.